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Equilibrium is an album by American jazz pianist Matthew Shipp recorded in 2002 and released on Thirsty Ear. According to Shipp, this fourth Blue Series record is a synthesis of what he learned from all their other albums in the series. He continues exploring beat elements with modern jazz.
Matthew Shipp formally announced his early retirement from recording about a decade ago, at the age of 38, just over ten years after he first appeared on wax. During that period, the pianist had racked up around 15 recordings and established himself as an outspoken, idiosyncratic player with a dark, percussive attack. In attempting to describe his style, the press regularly resorted to knee-jerk references to free jazz pianist Cecil Taylor, mostly because of that signature pounce. In 1997, Shipp recorded The Multiplication Table, a crisp and unpredictable trio date with Parker and Susie Ibarra, the Ware Quartet's drummer at the time.
Pianist Matthew Shipp played London's Vortex earlier this year, and reminded listeners of how inventively he reappraises standard materials through the prism of the post-1960s jazz avant garde and the world of contemporary dancefloor and street music. Shipp's gritty, chord-barging approach was assisted by drummer Whit Dickey and bassist Joe Morris on that occasion, but his partners on this reissued 1997 set are the more radical duo of percussionist Susie Ibarra and long-time bass associate William Parker.
Multiplication Table. When The Multiplication Table was released in 1997, it once and for all threw down a gauntlet to the remaining critics who erroneously chose to see him as a direct spiritual descendent of Cecil Taylor. It was one they couldn't pick up. Shipp has always been a player who has taken the idea of music as a series of worlds and influences and made something entirely new not in response to, but because of them.
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Matthew Shipp: Piano William Parker: Bass Gerald Cleaver: Drums.
|1||Autumn Leaves Joseph Kosma / Johnny Mercer / Jacques Prévert||Matthew Shipp Trio||8:10|
|2||The New Fact Matthew Shipp||Matthew Shipp Trio||4:43|
|3||C Jam Blues Barney Bigard / Duke Ellington||Matthew Shipp Trio||13:09|
|4||ZT 1 Matthew Shipp||Matthew Shipp Trio||5:25|
|5||Take the "A" Train Billy Strayhorn||Matthew Shipp Trio||6:56|
|6||ZT 2 Matthew Shipp||Matthew Shipp Trio||4:26|
|7||The Multiplication Table Matthew Shipp||Matthew Shipp Trio||13:07|
|8||ZT 3 Matthew Shipp||Matthew Shipp Trio||4:51|
CreditsBarney Bigard - Composer
Duke Ellington - Composer
Stephen Holtje - Liner Notes
Susie Ibarra - Drums, Guest Artist
Joseph Kosma - Composer
Art Lange - Producer
Johnny Mercer - Composer
William Parker - Bass, Guest Artist
Francesca Pfeffer - Cover Photo
Peter Pfister - Mastering
Jacques Prévert - Composer
Carl Seltzer - Engineer
Matthew Shipp - Composer, Piano, Primary Artist
Matthew Shipp Trio - Performer, Primary Artist
Billy Strayhorn - Composer
Werner X. Uehlinger - Executive Producer, Producer