Nicholas Payton - Sketches of Spain (2013)
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Nicholas Payton - Sketches of Spain (2013)

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Artist: Nicholas Payton
Title Of Album: Sketches of Spain
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: BMF Records
Genre: Jazz
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 40:53 min
Total Size: 103 / 222 MB
Tracklist:
01. Concierto de Aranjuez - 15:41
02. Will O' the Wisp - 3:25
03. The Pan Piper - 4:12
04. Saeta - 4:51
05. Solea - 12:49
On September 24th, for his 40th birthday week, Grammy-winning trumpeter Nicholas Payton offers the world a present worthy of his immense skills: a live concert performance of the iconic Miles Davis-Gil Evans collaboration, Sketches of Spain via his BMF Records imprint. Framing Payton’s virtuosic playing is a 19-piece ensemble comprised of 15 brass and woodwinds and a harpist drawn from the Sinfonieorchester Basel with conductor Dennis Russell Davies, and Payton’s long-time collaborators Vicente Archer on bass, Marcus Gilmore on drums, and Daniel Sadownick on percussion.
Sketches of Spain is Payton’s second release on BMF, which launched in February 2013 with #BAM Live at Bohemian Caverns, on which Archer and drummer Lenny White joined Payton playing trumpet and Fender Rhodes piano simultaneously. Here Payton focuses exclusively on the trumpet, which he places to his lips for around 90% of the 40-minute suite. In the process, he reaffirms his stature as a peerless master of his primary instrument. He rises to and transcends not only the physical challenge of functioning throughout the marathon at consistent levels of execution and creativity, but also the conceptual challenge of addressing and refracting into his own argot Davis’ indelible declamations from one of the second-largest selling recordings of all time.
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