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Prometheus - Charles Lloyd Quartet* - Rabo De Nube (CD, Album)

Updated: 30.11.2019 — 02:36

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  1. Rabo de Nube is a live album by jazz saxophonist Charles Lloyd recorded in Basel in by the Charles Lloyd Quartet featuring Jason Moran, Reuben Rogers and Eric Harland. The Allmusic review by Thom Jurek awarded the album 4 stars and states "the band takes a Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. Rabo de Nube () Given that Charles Lloyd has been recording for Manfred Eicher's ECM label since , it seems odd that Rabo de Nube (translation: Tail of a Cloud) is his first live quartet outing for the imprint, though he's done so in other combinations.
  3. Rabo de Nube is Lloyd's first live quartet recording for ECM, although his previous trio album Sangam (ECM, ) was also live. Like Sangam, which featured a completely different groove—with Eric Harland on drums and Zakir Hussain on tabla—this album too is .
  4. Charles Lloyd Quartet: Rabo de Nube by Stuart Broomer, published on June 6, mutating structures and approaches on the extended Lloyd themes like "Prometheus" and "Sweet Georgia Bright." The band's energy is clearly an inspiration for Lloyd, now 70, whose lyrical flights seem to put him in touch with his sources, both musical and.
  5. Label: ECM Records - ECM ,ECM Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Style: Contemporary Jazz Charles Lloyd Quartet* - Rabo De Nube (, CD) | Discogs /5(12).
  6. Charles Lloyd & The Marvels "I Long To See You" is now available on CD and vinyl. The iconic saxophonist and recent NEA Jazz Master is in the company of a new band featuring guitarist, Bill Frisell and pedal steel master, Greg Leisz, along with his longtime quartet members bassist, Reuben Rogers and drummer, Eric Harland. The album also includes two remarkable guest vocal appearances by .
  7. Lloyd presides over the group like a divining force, drawing on a rich legacy of music from the mighty Prometheus to the title song, Rabo de Nube. Lloyd seems a natural on the world stage as he has long had a global vision, having broken the iron curtain many years ago with his band in Tallinn () that included Keith Jarrett and Jack de /5.
  8. Given that Charles Lloyd has been recording for Manfred Eicher's ECM label since , it seems odd that Rabo de Nube (translation: Tail of a Cloud) is his first live quartet outing for the imprint, though he's done so in other combinations. Yet, given that this recording was issued a mere four days before the great saxophonist's 70th birthday, it is also a full circle of sorts for the Lloyd 8/

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