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Donald Byrd - Electric Byrd (CD, Album)

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  1. Dec 10,  · Donald Byrd: Electric Byrd ‎ (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, SHM) Blue Note: UCCQ Japan: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review. asmaliralindtansedesucmonsrity.corg December 10, Report; Telegraph Avenue page 3 Reply Notify me Helpful [r] Release. Edit Release /5(88).
  2. May 22,  · referencing Electric Byrd, LP, Album, RE, B1 8 1 1 Rolled the dice here because this album is phenomenal on any format, but happy to report that this sounds amazing. I had low expectations for something done in the mid's, sounds just right to my ears/5().
  3. Donald Byrd is one of those jazzmen who strolled through the genre doing whatever his heart desired. He was doing choral jazz and hard bop in the early s. In electirc jazz was in its infancy thanks to Miles Davis who had just made the Brew. Byrd was adventurous enough to take the cue, and made Electric Byrd/5(8).
  4. Electric Byrd is a jazz fusion album by Donald Byrd released by the Blue Note label in Reception. The Allmusic review by Steve Huey awarded the album 4 stars and stated,“Donald Byrd's transitional sessions from are actually some of the trumpeter's most intriguing work, balancing accessible, funky, Davis-style fusion with Genre: Jazz fusion.
  5. Donald Byrd's transitional sessions from are actually some of the trumpeter's most intriguing work, balancing accessible, funky, Davis-style fusion with legitimate jazz improvisation. Electric Byrd, from , is the best of the bunch, as Byrd absorbs the innovations of Bitches Brew and comes up with one of his most consistent fusion sets of any flavor.9/
  6. * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review Donald Byrd has been responsible for some fine jazz The Cat Walk and Christo Redentor being two perennial favorites. His Electric album smacks of Miles Davis' current explorations on the surface, but musically it's almost an opposite pole. While Davis deals with space and an occasionally arranged and tightly played by a group of.
  7. Donald Byrd was considered one of the finest hard bop trumpeters of the post-Clifford Brown era. He recorded prolifically as both a leader and sideman from the mid-'50s into the mid-'60s, most often for Blue Note, where he established a reputation as a solid stylist with a clean tone, clear articulation, and a knack for melodicism. Toward the end of the '60s, Byrd became fascinated with Miles.
  8. Electric Byrd By 's Fancy Free, Byrd was moving away from the hard bop jazz idiom and began to record jazz fusion and rhythm and blues. He teamed up with the Mizell Brothers (producer-writers Larry and Fonce) for Black Byrd () which was, for many years, Blue Note's best-selling album.

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