Album · 2009 · 14 Songs.
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Morris and Dickey's infections groove allows Shipp's single-note right hand to play a slightly off-center brand of swing. His 'follow me' approach is repeated on the two standards "There Will Never Be Another You" and "Someday My Prince Will Come," where he references the melody to stay with the roadmap, but sometimes driving the car in a zigzag pattern, or sometimes even backwards.
It was the second recording by the trio with Joe Morris on bass and Whit Dickey on drums, following Piano Vortex. The album includes two jazz standards: "There Will Never Be Another You" and "Someday My Prince Will Come"
Matthew Shipp is a jazz pianist with downtown/indie credibility. No cocktail pianist he, but a knotty artist-once profiled by The New York Times as courting a rock audience. A rebel of the ivories. And then there was his last Thirsty Ear album, 2007's Piano Vortex, in which he seemed to look in a new way at the jazz piano tradition. With bassist Joe Morris and drummer Whit Dickey, Shipp traded extensively in swing rhythm and blues lyricism on Vortex. Indeed, this time Shipp also includes two jazz standard chestnuts in the set list: "There Will Never Be Another You" and "Someday My Prince Will Come". Someday My Prince Will Come" on a Matthew Shipp recording?
Audio Production, Composer, Piano, Primary Artist, Producer.
Root Of Things Matthew Shipp Trio. Instinctive Touch Matthew Shipp. Ark Of The Harmonic Covenant Marshall Allen, Matthew Shipp, Joe Morris. Space Bubble Matthew Shipp. Cosmic Wave Matthew Shipp. Path Matthew Shipp Trio. Nebula Theory Matthew Shipp. Primal Harmonic Matthew Shipp. The Key Matthew Shipp.
If pianist Matthew Shipp didn’t intend to make a statement about the state of jazz, he probably gave himself a chuckle when he dreamed up the title. The 14 tracks occasionally sound conventional, as far as Shipp is concerned. In fact, Shipp reveals a gentle touch on the keys during Mr. JM, as he darts between a free fall and an argumentative Bud Powell solo. GNG begins the album with a head-solo-head structure that has a loose boppish feel to it. Elsewhere he plays abstract blues ( Orb ) and two brief sketches that explore.
|2||There Will Never Be Another You||3:15|
|4||Someday My Prince Will Come||3:52|
|5||Mel Chi 2||1:56|
|7||Mel Chi 1||1:48|
|11||Zo Number 2||6:18|
|14||When The Curtain Falls On The Jazz Theatre||2:37|
- Recorded At – Systems Two
- Bass – Joe Morris
- Cover [Design], Illustration – Robert Beam
- Drums – Whit Dickey
- Piano – Matthew Shipp
- Producer – Matthew Shipp, Peter Gordon
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 00435 71872 2