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Dave Douglas - Three Views album download Performer: Dave Douglas
Album: Three Views
Released: 2011
Style: Contemporary Jazz
Size MP3: 1914 mb.
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Three Views is a 3CD compilation album by trumpeter Dave Douglas which combines three volumes originally released as music downloads on Greenleaf Music's Portable Series in 2011 and features Douglas' Brass Ecstasy, a Quintet with Ravi Coltrane and Vijay Iyer, and the So Percussion Ensemble.

Songs in album Dave Douglas - Three Views : Bad Mango (2011).

Dave Douglas ‎– Three Views. Label: Greenleaf Music ‎– GPS VOL 1-2-3. Series: Greenleaf Portable Series – Volume 1-2-3. Three Views represents a collection of the first recordings, from a set of new pieces for Brass Ecstasy including the arrangement of Billy Strayhorn's Lush Life; to a newly convened quintet with Ravi Coltrane, Vijay Iyer, Linda Oh, and Marcus Gilmore; and finally Bad Mango, a collaboration with the groundbreaking percussion quartet, So Percussion.

All are more than half an hour long.

Three Views is a 3CD compilation album by trumpeter Dave Douglas which combines three volumes originally released as music downloads on Greenleaf Music's Portable Series in 2011 and features Douglas' Brass Ecstasy, a Quintet with Ravi Coltrane and Vijay Iyer, and the So Percussion Ensemble. And while it's commendable – and more than likely necessary – that he continues to develop the technological format for distribution of his work, one hopes that he continues to issue physical recordings like this one too". On All About Jazz John Kelman said "Each of the GPS sets reflects a different side of Douglas' approach to playing, writing and band-leading, building.

Leap of Faith (Dave Douglas album). Leap of Faith is the 15th album by trumpeter Dave Douglas. It was released on the Arabesque label in 2000 and features performances by Douglas, Chris Potter, James Genus, and Ben Perowsky.

Dave Douglas' Three Views box set collects three very different quintet albums, featuring So Percussion, his Brass Esctasy band and a group featuring Ravi Coltrane and Vijay Iyer. Dave Douglas says they're meant to recall the informal albums jazz musicians recorded in the 1950s. But these sessions don't sound like one-day quickies, no matter how fast they came together. It even has Brass Fantasy alums Vincent Chancey on French horn, trombonist Luis Bonilla and tuba piledriver Marcus Rojas.

Parallel Worlds is the debut album by trumpeter Dave Douglas released on the Italian Soul Note label in 1993. It features six of Douglas' compositions and compositions by Anton Webern, Kurt Weill, Duke Ellington and Igor Stravinsky performed by Douglas, Mark Feldman, Erik Friedlander, Mark Dresser and Michael Sarin. Dave Douglas chronology. Parallel Worlds (1993). The Tiny Bell Trio (1994).

Tracklist

CD1 GPS Vol 1: Rare Metals
CD2 GPS Vol 2: Orange Afternoons
CD3 GPS Vol 3: Bad Mango

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Greenleaf Music, Inc.

Credits

  • Photography By [Band Photos] – Geoff Countryman
  • Photography By [Cover], Design [Box Design] – Jim Tuerk
  • Producer – Dave Douglas

Notes

Three Views represents a collection of the first recordings, from a set of new pieces for Brass Ecstasy including the arrangement of Billy Strayhorn's Lush Life; to a newly convened quintet with Ravi Coltrane, Vijay Iyer, Linda Oh, and Marcus Gilmore; and finally Bad Mango, a collaboration with the groundbreaking percussion quartet, So Percussion.

Boxset including nine photos of band members.

© 2011 Greenleaf Music, Inc.
Made in the USA

Rare Metals: Recorded January 31, 2011 at 58 North 6th Street Studio, Brooklyn, NY
Orange Afternoons: Recorded March 17, 2011 at 58 North 6th Street Studio, Brooklyn, NY
Bad Mango: Recorded June 27, 2011 at So Percussion Loft

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 1 86980 00023 7