Articles tagged 'Bley'

Recordings Revisited 1.

Paul Bley, Bob James, Obrecht and Purcell

Recordings Revisited 1.

Paul Bley, Bob James, Obrecht and Purcell

Walt’s Ratatouille 5.

The opening cut, Bley’s solo rendition of “Touching,” distills the pianist’s art — pedaling that turns notes into sculpture, leaping figures suddenly dropped, looming spaces.

Walt’s Ratatouille 5.

The opening cut, Bley’s solo rendition of “Touching,” distills the pianist’s art — pedaling that turns notes into sculpture, leaping figures suddenly dropped, looming spaces.

Walt’s Ratatouille 3.

These records influenced the course my listening subsequently took. Their CD versions are new to me, and fifteen years have passed since I last lowered a stylus. Can one look back without disappointment?

Walt’s Ratatouille 3.

These records influenced the course my listening subsequently took. Their CD versions are new to me, and fifteen years have passed since I last lowered a stylus. Can one look back without disappointment?

Walt’s Ratatouille 1: Mostly Strings

Mostly Strings: Schnittke, Paul Bley, et al.

Walt’s Ratatouille 1: Mostly Strings

Mostly Strings: Schnittke, Paul Bley, et al.