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Epistrophy may refer to. Epistrophy (composition), a jazz standard composed by Thelonious Monk and Kenny Clarke in Epistrophy (Ran Blake album), a album by Ran Blake; Epistrophy (Steve Lacy album), a album by Steve Lacy; Epistrophy & Now's the Time, a live album by Richard Davis also known as Epistrophy; Epistrophy (Charlie Rouse album), a album by .
The Muses Speak: Still building its chops, Epistrophy approaches the café scene from a countryside-meets-nouvelle Bohème-meets wine bar point of view. Sit, discuss, muse, drink. Reminiscent of Madrid’s art cafes, where locals, pundits, students and the rest discuss the world and its philosophies, Epistrophy attempts to bring to Nolita a.
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“Epistrophy” has an interesting place in Thelonious Monk’s voluminous catalogue. The composition -- which is co-credited to drummer Kenny Clarke -- ultimately spanned Monk’s entire performance career. Eventually the track became a sonic bookend to Monk’s live sets in much the same way that Miles Davis incorporated “The Theme” into.
Monk’s “Epistrophy” and “Pannonica” became a good pair with the former’s sprightliness and the latter’s contemplation. After groping strings Frisell arrives at “Red River Valley” at last, which has similar feel with his original “Small Town.” The closing, Sinatra’s “In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning,” evokes /5(27).
Epistrophy is a companion to Small Town, but it is also an extension of the intimate, communicative union shared by this duo in near symbiosis. Together they create a gold standard for live performance.
Jazz album: “Epistrophy” by Bill Frisell, released in on ECM Records. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz.