Out of Nowhere is an album by trumpeter Don Ellis recorded in 1961 but not released on the Candid label until 1988. A fascinating and long-lost session". The Penguin Guide to Jazz said "Ellis plays lines and melodic inversions of considerable inventiveness, always striking out for the microtonal terrain he was to colonise later in the '60s".
Tenor Saxophone - Soprano saxophone – Don Lanphere.
Don Lanphere's career can easily be divided into two periods with a long interlude in between. He came to New York when he was 19 and made some impressive recordings with Fats Navarro in 1949, keeping up with the fiery trumpeter. Lanphere played with Woody Herman's Second Herd (1949), Artie Shaw, and the big bands of Claude Thornhill, Charlie Barnet, and Billy May. Unfortunately, drug use soon resulted in his arrest and much of 1951-1981 found Lanphere either running the family music store in Washington or out of music altogether
From Out of Nowhere (Hep, 1982). Into Somewhere (Hep, 1983). Don Loves Midge (Hep, 1984). Don Lanphere & Larry Coryell (Hep, 1990). Jazz Worship/A Closer Walk (DGL, 1993).
Tracklist: 1. Noble Indian Song Pt 2 (9:02) 2. Dear Old Stockholm (2:16) 3. Take The A Train (7:07) 4. Last Night When We Were Young (4:15) 5. Brown Rock (6:43) 6. I Heard You Cried Last Night (5:17) 7. Here,not There Silly (8:44) 8. For Kai (7:16) 9. In The Garden (2:16). One of the happier events in jazz of the early '80s was the comeback of Don Lanphere. Lanphere's first recording for Hep was From Out of Nowhere, so Into Somewhere was the follow-up. The first few selections are particularly memorable since they consist of a speedy run-through on the chord changes of "Cherokee" ("Noble Indian Song Pt.
Studio album by. Tommy Emmanuel. From Out of Nowhere (1979). Background and release. By the late 1970s Emmanuel had made a name for himself in Sydney with his guitar work being featured in commercials and on Australian pop records including Air Supply's "Lost in Love" Track listing. Don Reno, James Lunsford.
Donald Gale "Don" Lanphere (June 26, 1928 – October 9, 2003) was an American jazz tenor and soprano saxophonist born in Wenatchee, Washington, known for his 1940s and 1950s work and recordings with Fats Navarro (in 1948), Woody Herman (1949), Claude Thornhill, Sonny Dunham, Billy May, and Charlie Barnet. Lanphere briefly studied music at Northwestern University in the 1940s, but moved to New York City as a member of Johnny Bothwell's group to become part of the bebop jazz scene . From Out of Nowhere (Hep, 1982).
Don Ellis - You Stepped Out Of A Dream 03:47. Don Ellis - Sweet and Lovely 06:11. Don Ellis - My Funny Valentine 04:28. Don Ellis - I'll Remember April 03:33. Don Ellis - Just One of Those Things 03:41. Don Ellis - You Stepped Out of a Dream 03:46. Don Ellis - Out of Nowhere 03:45. Don Ellis - Just One of Those Things 03:32. Don Ellis - Just One of Those Things 03:38. Jazz Club: Soaring - Don Ellis, Don Ellis & Don Ellis Band.