It's a bold few decisions Harris Eisenstadt makes The All-Seeing Eye + Octets. He starts it off by covering the whole of Wayne Shorter's The All Seeing Eye (Blue Note, 1965), but arranges it for new instrumentation and then pairs that with two suites of his own. It's the sort of thing you'd better know you can pull off if you're going to try. Fortunately, Eisenstadt does. Interestingly, the trumpet is the only instrument that remains from the front line. for those top notes in ensemble passages. The trumpet retains a leading role here, voiced by Daniel Rosenbloom. Eisenstadt's take, however, doesn't stray too far from Shorter's own recording.
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The first five tracks are a reworking of the classic Wayne Shorter album "The All Seeing Eye".
HARRIS EISENSTADT Old Growth Forest. Album · 2016 · Avant-Garde Jazz. Harris Eisenstadt is probably most popular Canadian jazz drummer of younger generation. With no doubt for many listeners his name associates with "Canada Day" series of nu jazz albums first of all, but he has released some avant-garde and third stream music as leader as well. On Harris' newest album as leader, released on Portuguese Clean Feed label, he plays original compositions with tree renown American advanced jazz artists. With two of them - trombonist Jeb Bishop and bassist Jason Roebke - Eisenstadt already played in same trio (led by Bishop) and even released one album on Polish Not Two label eight years ag. arris current quartet includes one new member - tenor Tony Malaby, one of brightest contemporary advanced jazz sax player around.
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The All Seeing Eye is the ninth jazz album by saxophonist Wayne Shorter, recorded on October 15, 1965, and released on the Blue Note label as BLP 4219 and BST 84219. The album features performances by Shorter with Freddie Hubbard, Grachan Moncur III, James Spaulding, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter and Joe Chambers with Shorter's brother Alan Shorter guesting on one track.
CreditsHarris Eisenstadt - Primary Artist
|1||The All Seeing Eye||Harris Eisenstadt||7:11|
|4||Face of the Deep||Harris Eisenstadt||5:39|
|6||Without Roots I||Harris Eisenstadt||3:54|
|7||Without Roots II||Harris Eisenstadt||6:04|
|8||Without Roots III||Harris Eisenstadt||6:31|
|9||What We Were Told I||Harris Eisenstadt||2:01|
|10||What We Were Told II||Harris Eisenstadt||5:54|
|11||What We Were Told III||Harris Eisenstadt||7:50|