Out of the Cool is a jazz album by The Gil Evans Orchestra, recorded in 1960 and released on the Impulse! label the following year. The album was one of Impulse!’s first four albums, released together, and featured a gatefold design and high production values.
[Dedicated to Kako]
Recorded: New York City, NY, July 21, 1961
Clark Terry – Flugelhorn (December 14, 1920 – February 21, 2015)
Junior Mance – Piano
Joe Benjamin – Bass
Charlie Persip – Drums
[In loving memory – Clark Terry 1920-2015]
Recorded: RCA Studios New York City, NY, February 17, 1971.
From the album Groove Alla Turca, recorded in Istanbul, Turkey in 1998.
Salih Nazım Peker – Baglama [Saz] / Jamaaladeen Tacuma – Bass / Ferdi Nadaz – Clarinet / Daryl Burge -Drums [Trap Drums] / Ben Schachter – Flute, Saxophone [Alto & Tenor] / Ekrem Bağı – Goblet Drum [Darbuka] / Rick Iannacone – Guitar / Sahin Sert* Ney – Kanun / Arif Erdebil – Ney / Hüseyin Bitmez – Oud / Burhan Öçal – Percussion / Art Baron – Trombone / Jack Walrath – Trumpet / Fethi Tekyaygil – Violin
Copmposed by Ornette Coleman for Jamaaladeen Tacuma. Appears on the album Show Stopper by Jamaaladeen Tacuma.
Alongside with Gunther Schuller or even Claus Ogerman, Blake was an expert in the art of combining elements of classical and jazz musics; the ‘Third Stream’ movement. Recorded on the 23rd of June in Paris ‘Comedie des Champs Elysées’ Hall. Rear liner notes written by Jaki Byard.
George Gershwin’s “The Man I Love” rendered in unique fashion by pianist Ran Blake and soprano saxophonist Steve Lacy. The track is from 1991’s “That Certain Feeling”, an entire album of Gershwin tunes released on the Hat Hut label.