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  • The Bill Frisell Discography Teachers Guild Page

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  • rucker
    OF AN APOLOGY Jackson Street Records Presents Featuring Bill Frisell Michael White Julian Priester Hans Tuber and others Available online at JACKSON STREET RECORDS Feb 2004 Article on Paul PAUL

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  • presskits
    and Elvin Jones 1988 Before We Were Born 1999 Good Dog Happy Man 1998 Gone Just Like a Train Related Press Kits 1999 Mike Stern Play 1985 Marc Johnson Bass Desires 1997 Nashville 2002 Sarah Siskind Covered Return to Bill Frisell Discography Homepage 1995 Live 2002 Ron Miles Heaven 2002 The Willies 2002 Robin Holcomb The Big Time 1994 This Land Coming Soon Articles 2001 Downbeat Blindfold Test 1991 Where

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  • The The The Bill Frisell Discography Trio Mpls Review
    me saying he loved it when I brought music cause they were always weird From Bill I consider that a compliment He looked particularly interested in the William Burroughs Interview Disc and an unadorned case and CD R named Johnny Cash Sessions And the C S N Y demos disc grabbed his curiosity as well Anyway after 15 minutes I cut out and shortly after wards the band hit the stage Bill playing a yellow Telecaster plunged right into Hard Times then played something new a kinda monkish 3 bar blues form with Kenny soloing the entire tune Next was Blues For L A with Kenny again playing around with the time signatures Next was a straight a head version of Lucinda William s Ventura Bill was taking his time building each song again It s great fun to watch him work isn t it Following song started with a solo Bill intro and morphed into an intensely restrained version of Dylan s Masters of War Bill s solo was rowdy chunky and at medium to loud volume It SMOKED The audience erupted perhaps a Bush hating group Next up was That Was Then I m alway amazed by Viktor s hand strength and this tune and Lookout for Hope really showcase him inside this context Intermission Second set was really just beautiful Mostly straight ahead versions of songs and Bill nervously talking to the audience After opening with the Hank Williams tune Lost Highway he called out a World Premiere It was a slowed down bluegrass old time tune that Bill said was about a woman Beautiful it was Without breaking he jumped next into Just Like a Woman Next the afore mentioned Lookout for Hope Bill then said the next song was about a single girl with really

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  • kansascitystarreview2006
    The two seemed to unite across the way as if long lost brothers Overall the musical effect was hip club scene meets grand concert hall Each player took turns starting a song until recognized by the others who then joined in turn with solos full of warmth and generosity Konitz began with Solar a Miles Davis composition Frisell then launched Days of Wine and Roses with Konitz intoning some soft scat like vocals Reid followed with Stella by Starlight before Farnsworth triggered Star Eyes These were not unison set efforts but daring and dense improvised counterpoint After intermission open improvisation continued in full stride though with varied size and mix of ensemble The result was beautiful music though melody even song titles and composers were often buried beneath multiple layers of contrapuntal variation A Konitz and Frisell duo played two songs the first accompanied by the audience in minutes long hum keyed by Konitz Reid and Farnsworth next returned to form a trio with Frisell for an all rhythm smooth ride rendition of Chattanooga Choo Choo Konitz then replaced Frisell for a single piece before all reunited to turn back time fifty plus years with the night s hardest bop

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  • recentupdates
    2004 Page 7 08 04 Added Mylab article link to 2004 Page 9 13 04 Added Gavin Friday CD single to 1989 page 9 27 04 Added a 23rd item to the 2003 page 10 14 04 Added several items to the Future Releases section 10 26 04 Updated and Reformatted the 1988 Page 10 26 04 Added Robin Holcomb Press Kit 10 27 04 Updated and Reformatted the 1993 Page 10 27 04 Updated and Reformatted the Pre 1983 Page 10 27 04 Added a Review of the Buster Keaton CD s 10 28 04 Added a Gammavision Promo CD to the 1995 page 10 29 04 Added the CD cover to 1995 Ryko Fall item 1995 page 11 05 04 Added three CD covers to 1985 page 11 29 04 Added Tour Archives to Tour Dates page 11 30 04 Added a Ginger Baker CD to the 2004 page 12 11 04 Added 2 hour Leeds show to the Main Page 2 10 05 Added Gary Peacock press kit to Press Kit Page 2 10 05 Added Marianne Faithful comp at 1994 Page 2 10 05 Added release details to 2005 Page 2 12 05 Added content to

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  • bio
    guitar in the big bands 1970 With UNC Jazz band went to intercollegiate jazz festivals in Salt Lake City Utah and Champaign Urbana Illinois Won outstanding soloist awards at both festivals Judges included Quincy Jones Gary Burton Oliver Nelson Cannonball Adderley Benny Carter Continued studies with Dale Bruning Also studied with Johnny Smith at UNC Heard Miles Davis Group with Gary Bartz Michael Henderson Jack DeJohnette Airto and Keith Jarrett Played in the group Joshua with other UNC students Lyle Waller trombone John Sherberg electric piano Bob Gillis trumpet Keary Nitta saxophone Fred Hamilton bass Alan Aluisi drums 1971 Decided to stop playing clarinet and saxophone and to concentrate on the guitar only Jim Hall came to Denver to play for a week at the Senate Lounge with Bill s teacher Dale Bruning on bass and guitar Bill met Jim for the first time there Attended Berklee College of Music in Boston for one semester Went to the Jazz Workshop and Paul s Mall in Boston for the first time where he would eventually hear Hubert Laws Herbie Hancock Larry Corryell Jack DeJohnette Dave Liebman McCoy Tyner Anthony Braxton Sonny Rollins the Tony Williams Lifetime Bill Evans the MJQ Pat Martino Ron Carter Dave Sanborn B B King James Cotton Pat Metheny Stuff Gary Burton and others Heard Jim Hall and Ron Carter Duet at The Guitar in New York City 1972 Studied for eight weeks with Jim Hall in NYC Heard Sonny Rollins at the Village Vanguard Moved back to Colorado and continued studies with Dale Bruning Played in the Bermuda Brass a small big band that played Glenn Miller arrangements The Bill Evans Trio performed for a week at the Senate Lounge Bill was there almost every night and had the opportunity to meet him Taught guitar lessons at Gordon Close s Melody Music One of Bill students at the time was Kenny Vaughn a great guitarist now living in Nashville who plays with Lucinda Williams and many others 1973 74 Continued teaching performed jazz gigs around Denver with Bob Gillis and Dale Bruning at places like the Folklore Center Global Village Downstairs Lounge Recorded a few local commercial jingles went to jam sessions and played shows with Rod McCuen Frank Gorshin Met and played a lot with Mike Miller a guitarist who influenced Bill a lot at the time 1975 77 Returned to Boston and the Berklee College of Music where on the first day he met Kermit Driscoll He also met and played with Tiger Okoshi Pat Metheny Mike Stern Vinnie Johnson Vinnie Colaiuta Tommy Campbell Leni Stern Joe Lovano Hank Roberts Lowell Davidson Donald Rubinstein Studied jazz guitar with John Damian and arranging and composition with Mike Gibbs and Herb Pomeroy Played in a top 40 band The Boston Connection with Kermit Driscoll and Vinnie Colaiuta Played often at Michael s and Pooh s Pub Heard Michael Gregory Jackson who s way of playing would be very influential 1978 Moved to Belgium to play in

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  • The Bill Frisell Discography Tour Page
    with Kenny Burrell Bill Frisell 5 6 07 Pittsburgh PA Manchester Craftsman Guild Earl Klugh with Kenny Burrell Bill Frisell 5 11 07 Ennis Ireland Glor Bill Frisell with musicians Dennis Cahill and Martin Hayes 5 12 07 Dublin Ireland Vicar Street Bill Frisell with musicians Dennis Cahill and Martin Hayes 5 13 07 Cork Ireland Cork Opera House Bill Frisell with musicians Dennis Cahill and Martin Hayes 6 7 07 Dallas TX Dallas Museum of Art Bill Frisell with Tony Scherr and Kenny Wollesen 6 8 07 Austin TX Continental Club Bill Frisell with Tony Scherr and Kenny Wollesen 6 9 07 Las Vegas NV Jazz in the Park Series Bill Frisell with Tony Scherr and Kenny Wollesen 6 15 07 Detroit MI Detroit Institute of The Arts Bill Frisell with Tony Scherr and Kenny Wollesen 6 16 07 Rochester NY Rochester International Jazz Festival Bill Frisell with Tony Scherr and Kenny Wollesen 6 19 07 Burlington VT Higher Ground Bill Frisell with Tony Scherr and Kenny Wollesen 6 20 07 Northampton MA Iron Horse Music Hall Bill Frisell with Tony Scherr and Kenny Wollesen 6 21 07 Cambridge MA Regattabar Bill Frisell with Tony Scherr and Kenny Wollesen 6 22 07 Cambridge MA Regattabar Bill Frisell with Tony Scherr and Kenny Wollesen 6 23 07 Cambridge MA Regattabar Bill Frisell with Tony Scherr and Rudy Royston 6 26 07 Mt Vernon WA Lincoln Theater Bill Frisell with Tony Scherr and Rudy Royston special guests Ron Miles and Chris Cheek 6 28 07 Seattle WA Dimitriou s Jazz Alley Bill Frisell with Tony Scherr and Rudy Royston special guests Ron Miles and Chris Cheek 6 29 07 Seattle WA Dimitriou s Jazz Alley Bill Frisell with Tony Scherr and Rudy Royston special guests Ron Miles and Chris Cheek 6

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