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Sunday, June 03, 2007

Ingrid Jensen - Montreal 2006 - now on dime

So then, here's a link to today's dime offering - Ingrid Jensen in Montreal, 2006:
http://www.dimeadozen.org/torrents-details.php?id=149214


Live shot taken by Angela Jimenez at Blues Alley, Washington, D.C.

This was broadcast on Rete Due last night and while I didn't know quite what to expect (I've only heard Jensen with Maria Schneider's great big band, am hardly familiar with Gary Thomas, and Geoff Keezer on electric piano?!), it was a very nice surprise! The first 45 minutes flow seemlessly into each other and indeed recreate some kind of Jensen-ized Miles groove, somewhere between bop and electric Miles, not just a bland copy of some of Miles 70s stuff!

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Ingrid Jensen - Room to Room (A Tribute to Miles Davis)
Montréal, Quebec (Canada), Maison de la Culture Frontenac
October 20, 2006

Ingrid Jensen - trumpet
Gary Thomas - flute, tenor sax (out on #1)
Geoff Keezer - piano, electric piano
Matt Clohesy - bass, electric bass
Jon Wikan - drums

FM Intro (3:01)
1. Deception (Davis) 12:52 [with IJ announcement/voiceover at end] >
2. Circle in the Round (Davis) > Tea in Watercolors (Keezer) 34:52
3. Announcement IJ (0:14)
4. Flurries (16:46)
5. unknown > band intros IJ (11:52) >
FM Outro (0:21)

TT: 80:03

Sound: A/A-
Source: RSI 2 "Jazz live di mezzanotte" / 2007-06-03
Lineage: FM > HD > Cool Edit Pro > FLAC (8,asb,verify)
Recorded & seeded by ubu


Notes:

I'm not entirely sure about the setlist - #2 might consist of more tunes?
To burn onto a single CDR, omit the fm intro or use overburn function!

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Ingrid Jensen is on the ArtistShare roster, together with by now quite a number of musicians, among them Maria Schneider and Jim Hall, visit their website to buy the CDs!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

thanks for the post

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