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  • Strange Liberation, an Album by Dave Douglas. Released 27 January on Bluebird (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Jazz, ECM Style Jazz. Featured peformers: Dave Douglas (trumpet, producer), Chris Potter (tenor saxophone, bass clarinet), Bill Frisell (guitar), Uri Caine (aka_text {fender rhodes} role_id aka_text), James Genus (acoustic bass, electric bass), Clarence Penn (drums.
  • Shop Strange Liberation. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Just Say This. Just Say This. Listen Now And, of course, Bill Frisell, only adds to the illusion. Curiously, this is the second album in a row where Dave Douglas has paid homage to a specific era of Miles' music - the last one sounding almost dead-on /5(5).
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  • A Single Sky, Strange Liberation, Skeeter-ism, Just Say This, Seventeen, Mountains From The Train, Rock of Billy, The Frisell Dream, Passing Through, The Jones, Catalyst Review: Based in New York, Dave Douglas is widely active and acknowledged in jazz and in wider experimental musics.
  • Jun 15,  · The concept album is one of the only remaining things keeping jazz labels afloat. Dave Douglas and Bill Frisell Strange Liberation blends Douglas' ideas smoothly into a .
  • Jan 27,  · Check out Strange Liberation by Dave Douglas on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on parmobontcicarnofacogostealabe.xyzinfo Buy CD + free MP3 album $ One of the most poignant moments is a tender passage in "Just Say This," where Frisell magically comps behind a muted trumpet solo of both great power and delicacy from Douglas. Potter /5(10).
  • Live at the Jazz Standard [set] by Dave Douglas Quintet, released 15 December 1. Padded Cell 2. Invocation 3. October Surprise 4. Just Say This 5. Elk's Club 6. Argo 7. A Single Sky 8. Earmarks 9. Culture Wars The Next Phase (for Thomas) Tree and Shrub Indian Point Little Penn Penelope Painter's Way
  • Continuing a pattern of alternating between experimental and straight-ahead releases, trumpeter and composer Dave Douglas has made Strange Liberation an inside, song-oriented alternative to last year’s more outside, exploratory Freak In. This is not to say that Strange Liberation does not break new ground—it just follows a more familiar route of solid playing without studio enhancement.