Vertigo is an album by jazz saxophonist Chris Potter released on the Concord label in 1998. Vertigo reveals Potter as a player and composer with an uncommonly personal vision"
Shortly before the recording of Vertigo, Chris Potter suffered partial hearing loss after undergoing treatments for Ménière’s disease, an inner ear condition. Vertigo was in fact one of the symptoms he had been experiencing. Despite (or perhaps because of) the somewhat frightening circumstance that led to its title, Vertigo is Potter's most mature and expressive work to date. Almost Home" and "Wake Up" are two of his prettiest, most memorable melodies
Vertigo is an album by jazz saxophonist Chris Potter released on the Concord label in 1998. Studio album by. the Chris Potter Quartet. All About Jazz correspondent Jack Bowers observed "All of the songs on Vertigo, Potter's fifth date under his own name for Concord Jazz, were composed by the 27-year-old South Carolinian, and none of them, to these ears, serves as more than a convenient springboard for improvisation. All compositions by Chris Potter. Long Walk, Short Pier" − 8:07
Shortly before the recording of Vertigo, Chris Potter suffered partial hearing loss after undergoing treatments for Ménière’s disease, an inner ear condition. Almost Home" and "Wake Up" are two of his prettiest, most memorable melodies
Chris Potter: Vertigo by Jim Santella, published on September 1, 1998. Potter overdubs bass clarinet on "Vertigo" and "Fishy," and piano on "Act III, Scene . Chis Potter plays tenor with a lush fluid tone, spontaneous creative ideas, and an openly emotional lyricism. Joe Lovano has a drier tone and is recorded on the right channel, so you can easily identify the two.
Underground is an album by jazz saxophonist Chris Potter released on the Sunnyside label in 2006.
Vertigo (Chris Potter album). The entire cover: because the image is cover art, a form of product packaging, the entire image is needed to identify the product, properly convey the meaning and branding intended, and avoid tarnishing or misrepresenting the image. Copies made from it will be of inferior quality, unsuitable as artwork on pirate versions or other uses that would compete with the commercial purpose of the original artwork
Нравится слушателям: John Scofield, Skip Peck, Jive Ass Sleepers. Scott Colley, Chris Potter, Alex Sipiagin, David Kikoski, Jeff 'Tain' Watts. 2007 Live At The Village Vanguard, NYC. Song For Anyone. On Broadway Vol. 4 or the Paradox of Continuity.
He also performed on Steely Dan’s Grammy-nominated, gold album Two Against Nature, touring with them in 1994, which also resulted in the live CD, Alive in America. He received his own Grammy nomination for Best Instrumental Jazz Solo for his work on Joanne Brackeen’s Pink Elephant Magic.
|1||Shiva Chris Potter||Chris Potter||8:05|
|2||Vertigo Chris Potter||Chris Potter||8:27|
|3||Long Walk, Short Pier Chris Potter||Chris Potter||8:07|
|4||Act III, Scene I Chris Potter||Chris Potter||3:38|
|5||Fishy Chris Potter||Chris Potter||6:31|
|6||This Will Be Chris Potter||Chris Potter||7:01|
|7||Almost Home Chris Potter||Chris Potter||5:49|
|8||Modeen's Mood Chris Potter||Chris Potter||9:32|
|9||Wake Up Chris Potter||Chris Potter||5:59|
CreditsJohn Burk - Executive Producer
Scott Colley - Bass
Billy Drummond - Drums, Guest Artist
James Farber - Engineer, Mixing
Allen Farnham - Producer
George Horn - Mastering
Devon Kirkpatrick - Assistant Engineer
Joe Lovano - Guest Artist, Sax (Tenor)
Chris Potter - Clarinet (Bass), Composer, Piano, Primary Artist, Sax (Soprano), Sax (Tenor)
John R. Reigart III - Mixing Assistant
Kurt Rosenwinkel - Guest Artist, Guitar
Zan Stewart - Liner Notes