Piano – Bill Carrothers. Piano – Marc Copland. Producer – Philippe Ghielmetti. Recorded By, Mixed By – Nicolas Baillard. Recorded By, Mixed By – Gérard De Haro. Technician – Alain Massonneau.
Marc Copland and Bill Carrothers provide one answer on No Choice, an album of primarily jazz standards, plus one free improv piece and a remarkable look at a classic Neil Young tune. With Carrothers on the left channel and Copland on the right, ita's easy enough to distinguish their voices. Both pianists possess the kind of listening skills that allow them to intuit when to play and when to lay out, and where they should focus in terms of range and harmony
b. 1964, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. Carrothers began playing piano professionally in the early 80s, soon establishing a reputation as a solid performer. During the next two decades he played many prestigiou. ead Full Biography. No Choice: Standard Visit, Vol. 1.
Bill Carrothers (born 1964 in Minneapolis, Minnesota) is a jazz pianist and composer based in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. He has cited Clifford Brown, Shirley Horn, and Oscar Peterson as influences on his development as a musician.
1. Lonely Woman 2. You And The Night And The Music 3. The Needle And The Damage Done 4. Dim Some 5. Take The 'A' Train 6. Blue in green (ChoraleCanon) 7. Blue in green (Theme & variations) 8. Masqualero 9. Bemsha Swing 10. Lonely Woman.
personnel : Piano - Bill Carrothers Piano - Marc Copland.
Artist: Marc Copland & Bill Carrothers Title Of Album: No Choice Year Of Release: 2006 Label: Minium Genre: Jazz Format: FlacCueLogArtwork MP3 Quality: Lossless 320 kbps Total Time . Piano - Bill Carrothers Piano - Marc Copland. Bill Carrothers - Ghost Ships (2003). Marc Copland - Paradiso (1997).
Bill Carrothers: See the Piano, Play the Piano. Joy Spring by Dan Bilawsky. Joy Spring by Dan McClenaghan. Keep Your Sunny Side Up by John Kelman. Shine Ball by AAJ Italy Staff. Genius Guide to Jazz. I love jazz because of its free expression. I was first exposed to jazz at age 18 (1963) by a friend who I have sadly lost contact with. The best show I ever attended was probably at the Blue Note in NYC with Stanley Turrentine and Ray Brown circa Nov. 1999. The first jazz record I bought was Dizzy on the French Riviera.
This album has an average beat per minute of 119 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 107/136 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Electric Bill. BPM Profile The Electric Bill. Album starts at 115BPM, ends at BPM (-115), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Bill Carrothers.