The Gleaners

Larry Grenadier

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1
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In Stock
Delivery Estimate
2-5 days
Genre
Jazz, Contemporary
Label
ECM
Released
February 22, 2019

Format: Compact Disc

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Description

Over the decades, ECM has released a line of inventive albums showcasing solo double bass by such virtuosos of the instrument as Dave Holland, Barre Phillips and Miroslav Vitous. Now the label presents The Gleaners, the first album of solo bass by Larry Grenadier, one of the most admired, accomplished bassists working in jazz today.

It is a profound and highly creative album, harvesting influences from many sources, its title inspired by Agnès Varda's film 'The Gleaners and I'. In between his own pieces here, including a dedication to early hero Oscar Pettiford, Grenadier explores compositions by George Gershwin, John Coltrane, Paul Motian, Rebecca Martin and Wolfgang Muthspiel.

"The process for making this record began with a look inward," Larry writes in his liner note, "an excavation into the core elements of who I am as a bass player. It was a search for a center of sound and timbre, for the threads of harmony and rhythm that formulate the crux of a musical identity."

The result is an important addition to ECM's series of distinguished solo bass albums. The Gleaners, which is available on both CD and 180g vinyl, was recorded at New York's Avatar Studios in December 2016 and produced by Manfred Eicher.

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Key Value
Catalogue number 6757841
Barcode 0602567578413
Number of items 1
Packaging type Jewel Case
Imported No
Weight 100g
Dimensions (LxWxH) 142mm x 10mm x 125mm

Disc 1

Track Listing — Disc 1

Song Title Time
1. Oceanic -
2. Pettiford -
3. The Gleaner -
4. Woebegone -
5. Gone Like The Season Does -
6. Compassion/The Owl Of Cranston -
7. Vineland -
8. Lovelair -
9. Bagatelle 1 -
10. Bagatelle 2 -
11. My Man’s Gone Now -
12. A Novel In A Sigh -