A confusing title for a trio, perhaps, and God only knows what it means, but it doesn't make a bit of difference, as this set by Lazro and his cohorts is a wonder of free and post-free jazz fire and humor. It begins with "Hornet," with its funk backbeat played on an upright bass by Bolcato with requisite howling and yelling, which becomes an Ornette Coleman-like study on repetitive melody lines that open up the inside intervals for free improvisation.
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Daunik Lazro. Double Bass, Voice – Jean Bolcato. Drums – Christian Rollet. Graphics – Françoise Legras. Liner Notes – Alex Dutilh. Mastered By – Jean-Pierre Bouquet.
And His Orchestra 1997/Daunik Lazro - . And His Orchestra 1997/Daunik Lazro - .
February 2014, 12:14 Daunik Lazro, . And His Orchestra Used drive : Optiarc DVD RW AD-7170A Adapter: 0 ID: 0 Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No Read offset correction : 48 Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : No Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Yes Delete. As Lazro begins his solo ascent from the bottom triad of the scale, he articulates Lacy's actual voice on the alto and then moves toward building a solo embedded in the mode for the rhythm section to move against in the same way they would blues changes. And on it goes, with masks being ripped off harmonic stasis, screaming arpeggios creating new melodic and harmonic lines from old - especially on Charles Tyler's "The Outlaws" - and a complete re-examination of Christian Rollet's drums as a rhythm instrument.
Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Daunik Lazro Double Bass, Voice – Jean Bolcato Drums – Christian Rollet.
DAUNIK LAZRO is a avant-garde jazz music artist. His professional start was in bassist Saheb Sarbib's orchestra, a relationship he maintained through most of the '70s, which included three recordings. His first steps playing his own music involved a radical resizing of the cast on-stage, going from orchestra playing to solo saxophone concerts and duets.
Yellow Magic Orchestra is the first official studio album by Japanese electronic music band Yellow Magic Orchestra, who were previously known as the Yellow Magic Band. Originally released by Alfa Records in Japan in 1978, the album was released by A&M Records in Europe and the United States and Canada in early 1979, with the US version featuring new cover art but without the closing track of "Acrobat"
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|1||Hornet Daunik Lazro||Daunik Lazro feat: Christian Rollet||7:40|
|2||Paësaggi||Daunik Lazro feat: Christian Rollet||9:44|
|3||Kitty Malone Steve Lacy||Daunik Lazro feat: Christian Rollet||9:24|
|4||Hardes Daunik Lazro||Daunik Lazro feat: Christian Rollet||7:44|
|5||Saga of the Outlaws||Daunik Lazro feat: Christian Rollet||6:31|
|6||Chaboud Jarret||Daunik Lazro feat: Christian Rollet||7:05|
|7||Bel Ascoltare Christian Rollet||Daunik Lazro feat: Christian Rollet||4:26|
CreditsJean-Pierre Bouquet - Mastering
Pascal Cacouault - Arranger, Engineer, Mixing
Steve Lacy - Composer
Daunik Lazro - Arranger, Baryton, Composer, Mixing, Primary Artist, Sax (Alto)
Christian Rollet - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist