Marc Johnson - Two By Four album
Title: Two By Four
Style: Post Bop, Cool Jazz
Date of release: 1989
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Redirected from Two By Four). Two By Four (released is a 1989 by EmArcy label) is a studio album by jazz bassist Marc Johnson released on the ECM label. On this series of duets you get Johnson served with distinction as the bassist in Evans' last trio.
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Studio album by. Marc Johnson's Bass Desires. Marc Johnson chronology.
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The second release by Bass Desires (a quartet consisting of leader/bassist Marc Johnson, drummer Peter Erskine, and the guitars of Bill Frisell and John Scofield) is almost the equal of the first. This advanced unit performs eight group originals that cover a wide variety of moods, from introspective, spacy pieces to ones emphasizing fire and passion. Crossing the Corpus Callosum. Marc Johnson's Bass Desires, Marc Johnson.
The music on this second album ("Second Sight") showcases the two players better I think than the first. They also seem to have a little bit more room to stretch composition wise. It's a very hauntingly beautiful song. It's this side of Bill that I love to hear more than anything. I can't go on about this music. Before recording this album, Johnson had guested on John Abercrombie's masterpiece Current Events, and many of the same ethereal atmospheres on that album appear on this one. In spite of the wild contrasts, Second Sight is a lot more beautiful and a lot more "just plain fun" than Bass Desires, and is highly recommended to fans of all the players involved. In 1998, Johnson and Frisell would record an album called The Sound of Summer Running that attempts to be an aural sequel to this album, but falls just short.
Second Sight is a 1987 studio album by jazz bassist Marc Johnson released on the ECM label. All composistions by Marc Johnson except as indicated. Crossing the Corpus Callosum" - 8:30. Small Hands" (Bill Frisell) - 6:44. Sweet Soul" (Peter Erskine) - 7:31.
Two by Four – Two By Four is a studio album by jazz bassist Marc Johnson released on the ECM label. On this series of duets you get Johnson served with distinction as the bassist in Evans last trio, two By Four song Goodbye Porkpie Hat is done with a very effectfull slow arrangement. Vibraphonist Gary Burton also appears on three tracks, opened by Monks Dream, and with a take of the melancholy Garys Theme. Singer Lucy Crane is the widow of Fred Crane, a teacher and mentor of Johnson
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Composed By – B. Golson*
|2||Spartacus - Love Theme
Composed By – A. North*
|3||Dinner For One Please, James
Composed By – M. Carr*
|4||One Finger Snap
Composed By – H. Hancock*
Composed By – M. Johnson*
Composed By – T. Monk*
Composed By – G. Mcfarland*
Composed By – E.V. Alstyne*, H. Gillespie*, V. Young*, W. King*
Composed By – F. Waller*, Harry Brooks
Composed By – B. Evans*
|11||Goodbye Porkpie Hat
Composed By – C. Mingus*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Nippon Phonogram Co., Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Nippon Phonogram Co., Ltd.
- Acoustic Bass – Marc Johnson
- Harmonica – Toots Thielemans (tracks: 1, 2, 11)
- Piano – Makoto Ozone (tracks: 3, 4, 5)
- Producer – Kiyoshi "Boxman" Koyama*
- Vibraphone – Gary Burton (tracks: 6, 7, 10)
- Vocals – Lucy Crane (tracks: 8, 9)
NotesRecorded April 17-19, 1989.
Made in West Germany
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 42284 22332 4
- Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA
- Distribution Code: PG 900
- Label Code: LC 0699
|842 233-2||Marc Johnson||Two By Four (CD, Album)||EmArcy||842 233-2||US||1989|
|842 233 4, EA - 0060290||Marc Johnson||Two By Four (Cass, Album)||EmArcy, EmArcy||842 233 4, EA - 0060290||Indonesia||1989|