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Bob Mover, Paul Bley, John Abercrombie - The Night Bathers (1986) {Justin Time JUST 14-2 rel 1991}

Bob Mover, Paul Bley, John Abercrombie - The Night Bathers (1986) {Justin Time JUST 14-2 rel 1991}
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© 1986, 1991 Justin Time Records | JUST 14-2
Jazz / Neo Bop / Modern Jazz / Progressive Jazz / Saxophone / Piano / Guitar

When one considers the instrumentation (alto, piano and guitar) and the personnel (Bob Mover, Paul Bley and John Abercrombie), it is not surprising that this date is full of thoughtful, chance-taking and often lyrical improvisations. Most of the selections are either duets or unaccompanied solos, and although there are some melodies, the music was pretty much all improvised on the spot. An intriguing set.

John Abercrombie Quartet - Up and Coming (2017) {ECM 2528}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Jan. 22, 2017
John Abercrombie Quartet - Up and Coming (2017) {ECM 2528}

John Abercrombie Quartet - Up and Coming (2017) {ECM 2528}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion, Post-Bop

John Abercrombie Quartet: Up and Coming Starting the new year with, if not precisely a bang, a nevertheless unforgettable record whose strength lies in pristine lyricism, nuanced group interplay and writing that capitalizes on the entire quartet's appreciation of subtlety over gymnastics and refined lyricism over angularity, John Abercrombie's Up and Coming—ECM's first release of the year—is also founded strongly on the concept of relationship.

John Abercrombie Quartet - Up And Coming (2017) [TR24][OF]  Vinyl & HR

Posted by popsakov at Jan. 18, 2017
John Abercrombie Quartet - Up And Coming (2017) [TR24][OF]

John Abercrombie Quartet - Up And Coming (2017)
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Jazz, Modern Creative, Post Bop | © 2017 ECM Records

John Abercrombie Quartet: Up and Coming Starting the new year with, if not precisely a bang, a nevertheless unforgettable record whose strength lies in pristine lyricism, nuanced group interplay and writing that capitalizes on the entire quartet's appreciation of subtlety over gymnastics and refined lyricism over angularity, John Abercrombie's Up and Coming—ECM's first release of the year—is also founded strongly on the concept of relationship. The guitarist has been playing with Marc Copland since the pianist's days in the early '70s as a saxophonist before deserting it entirely for a career and discography that's as rich and rewarding as Abercrombie's…
John Abercrombie Quartet - The First Quartet (2015) [3CDs] {ECM 2478-80}

John Abercrombie Quartet - The First Quartet (2015) [3CDs] {ECM 2478-80}
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Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop

As part of ECM'0bs Old & New Masters series of box sets, John Abercrombie's The First Quartet collects three albums recorded for the label between 1978 and 1980. Two titles, 1979's Abercrombie Quartet and 1981's M, have been unavailable for decades. By the guitarist's own admission, this band represents the guitarist's first time as a "proper" bandleader. His earlier dates on ECM had been co-led sessions (Timeless, Gateway, Sargasso Sea), a solo album (Characters), and sideman gigs (Jack DeJohnette's New Directions, David Liebman's Lookout Farm, etc.). These three dates also represent an important foundation for Abercrombie as a composer.
John Abercrombie - The First Quartet (2015) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/96kHz]

John Abercrombie - The First Quartet (2015)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 131:13 minutes | 2,67 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

This 3-CD set with recordings from 1978 to 1980, issued in ECM s acclaimed Old & New Masters series, returns some historically-important material to the catalog, namely the albums Arcade, Abercrombie Quartet and M. The quartet with Richie Beirach, George Mraz and Peter Donald John Abercrombie s first touring band as a leader was the group in which the guitarist defined some priorities, moving away from a jazz-rock period into a more spacious, impressionistic and original music. Abercrombie and pianist Beirach had a strong musical rapport as improvisers and wrote almost all of the band s book between them. George Mraz and Peter Donald provided imaginative support. For this edition the recordings - made in Oslo and Ludwigsburg and produced by Manfred Eicher were remastered from original analog sources.

John Abercrombie - Current Events (1986) {ECM 1311} [Re-Up]  Music

Posted by tiburon at Feb. 18, 2016
John Abercrombie - Current Events (1986) {ECM 1311} [Re-Up]

John Abercrombie - Current Events (1986)
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion

Excellent trio date featuring Abercrombie playing with bassist Marc Johnson and drummer Peter Erskine. The three take chances, converge, collide, alternate time in the spotlight, and make emphatic, unpredictable music while never staying locked into one groove or style.
The Lonnie Smith = John Abercrombie Trio - Afro Blue (1993) {2010 Japan Mini LP Remaster}

The Lonnie Smith = John Abercrombie Trio - Afro Blue (1993) {2010 Japan Mini LP Remaster}
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© 2011 Venus Records Japan | VHCD-78133
Jazz / Hammond B-3 / Soul Jazz

After a long hiatus from the record shelves, the turbaned Dr. Lonnie Smith – along with guitarist John Abercrombie and drummer Marvin "Smitty" Smith – sets his sights upon John Coltrane, turning in five 'Trane tunes plus Mongo Santamaria's "Afro-Blue" and a grooving Smith tribute, "Traces of Trane." The propulsive title track is mostly dominated by Abercrombie, while "Impressions" continues the driving pace as Lonnie sprays Hammond B-3 organ notes all over the place with constant brief call-and-response dialogues with himself.

John Abercrombie - Timeless (1975) {ECM 1047}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Nov. 30, 2015
John Abercrombie - Timeless (1975) {ECM 1047}

John Abercrombie - Timeless (1975) {ECM 1047}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion

'Timeless' is right–in the future, this is the kind of interplanetary jazz they're going to be playing at the docking stations of newly colonized planets. Recorded in 1974, 'Timeless' is very much a product of its age. Lightning fast guitar and keyboard runs, hi-hats, and drums writhe around each other in serpentine fury, giving way to moments of stately grace and calm waters such as "Love Song." Composer John Abercrombie has remained one of the great session men and in-demand guitarists in both jazz and avant-garde circles since the mid-'70s.

John Abercrombie - The First Quartet (2015)  Music

Posted by mark70 at Nov. 21, 2015
John Abercrombie - The First Quartet (2015)

John Abercrombie - The First Quartet (2015)
MP3 320 kbps CBR | 131:04 min | 302 MB
Genre: Jazz | Label: ECM

This 3-CD set with recordings from 1978 to 1980, issued in ECM's acclaimed Old & New Masters series, returns some historically-important material to the catalogue, namely the albums 'Arcade', 'Abercrombie Quartet' and 'M'. The quartet with Richie Beirach, George Mraz and Peter Donald - John Abercrombie's first touring band as a leader - was the group in which the guitarist defined some priorities, moving away from a jazz-rock period into a more spacious, impressionistic and original music.
Jeff Palmer / John Abercrombie / David Liebman / Adam Nussbaum - Abracadabra (1990) {Soul Note}

Jeff Palmer / John Abercrombie / David Liebman / Adam Nussbaum - Abracadabra (1990) {Soul Note}
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion

Sound explorations are emphasized throughout this release with Jeff Palmer's atmospheric organ, the varied tones of John Abercrombie's guitar synthesizer, David Liebman's very passionate soprano and Adam Nussbaum's drums interacting over a variety of patterns. All of the compositions are group originals with five by Palmer and one apiece from the other three musicians. Whether it be the funky beat of "Hip Slick," the free jamming of "Mr. Adam," the spacey title cut or the almost New Age feel of "Mr. John," the themes are less important than the setting of moods and the advanced improvising.