Label: ECM Records - ECM 2474,ECM Records - 475 2954 • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Style: Contemporary Jazz
Isnt It Over? - Ches Smith - The Bell (CD, Album)

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Album Remarks & Appraisals: Ches Smith's ECM leader debut, The Bell, features dynamic chamber music compositions written for masterful improvisers Craig Taborn and Mat Maneri. Smith infuses seductively narcotic writing with a mixture of brooding melody and rich texture. The inspired playing by all three on an album gradually builds in intensity.

 · Despite appearing on more than 50 recordings since the beginning of the 21st century, drummer/percussionist Ches Smith has led only a handful of dates. His credits sprawl across the catalogs of indie rock acts such as Xiu Xiu, Mr. Bungle, and Carla Bozulich as well as modern jazz artists John Zorn, Marc Ribot, Wadada Leo Smith, and Mary Halvorson, and he's a member of Tim Berne's /10(26).

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3 Replies to “Isnt It Over? - Ches Smith - The Bell (CD, Album)”

  1.  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of "The Bell" on Discogs/5(12).

  2.  · Album · · 8 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. The Bell Ches Smith, Craig Taborn & Mat Maneri Jazz · Preview SONG TIME The Bell. Ches Smith Isn't It Over?

  3.  · "The Bell" is very much a plausible direction to head in. It challenges you as you let it sink in. Smith, Taborn, and Maneri delivered a truly great album deserving of not just fans of jazz but fans of anyone who wants something new. I can only imagine the debates it sparks in jazz circles/5(10).

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