|Album:||Sameness Of Difference, The||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey||Added:||Jan 2006|
|Add Date:||2006-02-05||Pull Date:||2006-04-09||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Apr 2||Mar 26||Mar 12||Feb 19||Feb 12|
|1.||Jul 25, 2022:||Rebop
|4.||Nov 27, 2015:||Rebop
Happiness Is A Warm Gun, Wonderful, Halliburton Breakdown
|2.||Jul 15, 2016:||Rebop
The Maestro, Isabel
|5.||Sep 19, 2014:||Rebop
Fables Of Faubus
|3.||May 27, 2016:||Rebop
|6.||Nov 27, 2008:||Sunshine ... on a Turkey Afternoon
Have You Ever Been To Electric Ladyland
Certainly not your traditional jazz piano trio. Heavy-handed piano and drums show the rock/”jam band” aesthetic is still solidly there; it’s unsubtle and almost sounds like they’re competing with The Bad Plus (or is it the other way around?)
1- Slowish, grand. Beginning-of-the-film drama.
2- Breezy and dramatic. Midtempo.
3- Tumbling rough stomp, with steel-guitar-sounding licks. Bjork cover.
4- Hard-stepping jazz vamp; lounge music in steel-tipped boots
6- Sneaky little cabaret step. Fun.
7- Kinda pretty in an aggressive, thumping way. Very melodic. Flaming Lips cover.
8- Neil Young cover. Big and loud; soaring melody.
9- Brubeck song, warm and rather faithful reading
10- Nutty piano dribblings, touches of circus feel? Then lots of phases of fairly straight jazz.
11- Really fast lines, straight jazz w/cool dissonance. Dig the bass and drums solos.
12- Brian Wilson tune, slow, gentle, warm.
13- Beatles cover. Slow start into brisk piano. Happy ending.