Tuesday, April 24, 2007

Lonely Woman - de lijst


Hier is ze dan, mijn lijst van Lonely Woman versies. Lonely Womanvan Ornette Coleman is voor mij veruit één van de mooiste composities ooit. Dit stuk is muzikaal zo compleet, met een prachtige melodie, meeslepend, treurig, met een dramatisch crescendo, een moment van hoop, dan weer de neerslachtigheid die toeslaat, de muziek stokt bij momenten als een huilend iemand die geen woord meer door zijn strot krijgt, ... absoluut fenomenaal hoe met zo weinig noten een dergelijke emotie kan worden opgeroepen, rijk aan nuance, zonder melig te worden, en ik heb dit al honderden malen beluisterd zonder het beu te worden. Ook al eerder gezegd, de song is niet kapot te krijgen. Zelfs niet door Diamanda Galas. Maar niet negatief worden : er zijn absoluut wonderlijke versies van deze song gemaakt. Beter dan het origineel, harder, rauwer, rijker, ... ik heb zelfs vijf versies het absolute maximum gegeven van vijf sterren, waarvan twee in een uitvoering met Don Cherry. Ik denk ook dat elk van deze vijf gemakkelijk de 10 minuten, zo niet het kwartier overstijgt. Voor elke song de uitvoerder en de CD waar de song opstaat.

Ken je er nog? Geef ze door op een comment hieronder. Veel plezier en veel droefnis toegewenst ...


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8 Bold Souls – Side Show
Ahmed Abdullah’s Ebonic Tones – Tara’s Song
Old & New Dreams – Old & New Dreams
Charlie Haden/Don Cherry/Ed Blackwell – The Montreal Tapes
Hugh Ragin – Metaphysical Question

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Ornette Coleman – The Shape Of Jazz To Come
Charlie Haden’s Quartet West – In Angel City
Trio X – Roulette At Location One
Trio X – Moods : Playing With The Elements
Stephanie Winters – Through The Storm (classical cello solo)
Double U – The Glands of External Secretion (slide guitar, blues)
Bill Carrothers & Marc Copland – No Choice
Lester Bowie – Fast Last
Assif Tsahar - Open Systems
Branford Marsalis - Random Abstract
Claudio Cojaniz & Gianarlo Schiaffini - War Orphans

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John Zorn – Naked City
Larry Schneider Quartet – Ornettology
Natraj – The Goat Also Gallops (world jazz)
Radka Toneff – Live In Hamburg (vocal)
Kronos Quartet – White Man Sleeps (modern classical)
Mark Doyle – Guitar Noir (rock)
Michael Bisio & Joe McPhee – Fingers Wrigglers (1) (free)
Michael Bisio & Joe McPhee – Fingers Wrigglers (2) (free)
Don Cherry – Featuring Ornette Coleman & Steve Lacy
Joe Giardullo & Michael Bisio – Primal Intentions
Dave Goldberg – Jazz Standard
Tango Lorca – Mujer Sola (tango)
Astrosonic - Speeder People
Fred Hersch - Evanescence
Hugh Hopper - Hopper Tunity Box
Gary Bartz & Sonny Fortune - Alto Memories
Hellen Merrill & Dick Katz - A Shade Of Difference
HR Big Band - Plays The Music Of Ornette Coleman
Juhani Aaltonen Trio - Illusion Of A Ballad
Modern Jazz Quartet - Lonely Woman
Marzette Watz - Lonely Woman
Quest - Quest
Terence Blanchard - Simply Stated
Willem Breuker Kollectief - Thirst
Kyle Bruckman - Wrack
Peter Brötzmann - 14 Love Poems
SF Jazz Collective - Inaugural Season Live 2004
Sunny Murray - Perles Noires
Otomo Yoshihide - Lonely Woman
James Blood Ulmer - Music Speaks Louder Than Words


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Big Tall Wish – Leverage (Rock – ambient)
Ken Peplowski – The Other Portrait (classical symphonic)
Claudine François – Lonely Woman
Borah Bergman & Hamid Drake – Reflections On Ornette Coleman
Cooke Quartet – Searching
John Lewis & Sven Asmussen - European Encounter
Dave Liebman – Ghosts (world)
Joshua Redman – Momentum
Pierre Dorge – Giraf
Guarneri Underground - New World
George Gruntz Concert Jazz Band - The MPS Years

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Diamanda Gallas – La Serpenta Canta
Masayuki Takayanagi - Lonely Woman (solo electric guitar)


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Nog één: Geri Allen, Charlie Haden en Paul Motian op de cd 'Etudes'.

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