GIL EVANS - Out Of The Cool - 45pm 180g Vinyl

DOG901

New product

ALL GN RECORDS ARE LIMITED EDITION @ 500 COPIES ONLY FROM A SINGLE MASTER LACQUER 180 GRAM VIRGIN VINYL RECORDS

Out of the Cool is a jazz album by The Gil Evans Orchestra, recorded in 1960 and originally released the following year.

More details

29,00 €

This product is no longer in stock
 
More info

The first track, "La Nevada", was also recorded by Evans less than two years earlier for the album Great Jazz Standards; the version for Out of the Cool is given a consistent rhythmic structure by Elvin Jones playing shakers, giving the rest of the band greater freedom and leading to a less boppish version than the earlier recording.[1]:236–7 "Where Flamingos Fly" has a melody stated by trombonist Jimmy Knepper, and uses an earlier Evans arrangement done for vocalist Helen Merrill[1]:237 The music on this album was part of a move by Evans towards greater freedom in his compostitions and arrangements, this "new work integrated the written and improvised, at times allowing the balance to shift imperceptibly".

All the Master Classic GNR RECORDS re-issues are full analogue remastered records from original master tape. Edited by master engineer Flavio Lenzi the Master Classic by GN RECORDS are revitalised to re-discover any single note of the groove for a real music pleasure.

17 other products in the same category:

Customers who bought this product also bought:

QR code