Far from Over is a studio album by American jazz musician Vijay Iyer. It was released in August 2017 under ECM Records. Far from Over was generally well-regarded by professional music critics upon release.
Artist: Vijay Iyer Sextet. Album: Far From Over. Previously on NewAlbumReleases.
Far From Over (CD, Album). ECM Records, ECM Records. ECM 2581, B0027073-02. Far From Over (CD, Album). I've had the pleasure of seeing Vijay Iyer and the sextet perform live in Rotterdam at North Sea Jazz, and it left me speechless. It was as if the musicians methodically took apart reality and put it back together in a whole new form. What a powerful performance. I bought the cd recently, and it just wants to be played loud. The force of the live performance is also present on this recording. The emotions in the music move me to tears. Very good musicians individually, and in the sextet the whole exceeds the sum of the individual parts.
Vijay Iyer's new album 'Far From Over' will be released this Friday! Watch this short interview sequence to learn more about Vijay's artistically influences and touchstones. Join us for our upcoming concerts at avicenter, presents, nver, and orayastage, and v victo. See you out there! // subliminal photo by ykimball. 5 Mayıs, 02:19 ·. Herkese Açık.
Far-out, pan-continental re trio Sult specialize in torturing acoustic instruments (guitar, upright bass, drums) into decaying junkpiles of squeaks, squawks, clatter and clang. 18. Gregg Kowalsky, ‘L’Orange, L’Orange’
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Personnel: Vijay Iyer: piano, Fender Rhodes; Graham Haynes: cornet, flugelhorn, electronics; Steve Lehman: alto saxophone; Mark Shim: tenor saxophone; Stephan Crump: double-bass; Tyshawn Sorey: drums. Title: Far from Over Year Released: 2017 Record Label: ECM Records.
Pianist Vijay Iyer's fifth album for ECM, 2017's fiery sextet date Far from Over, follows his superb 2016 collaboration with trumpeter Wadada Leo Smith, A Cosmic Rhythm with Each Stroke. Where that album found Iyer and Smith engaged in a deeply interconnected series of often abstract chamber improvisations, here we find him exploding outward, but with no less interconnectedness between him and his bandmates. Joining Iyer is his adept sextet featuring cornetist Graham Haynes, alto saxophonist Steve Lehman, tenor saxophonist Mark Shim, bassist Stephan Crump, and drummer Tyshawn Sorey.
Vijay Iyer’s energized sequence of ECM releases has garnered copious international praise. Yet his fifth for the label since 2014 – Far From Over, featuring his dynamically commanding sextet – finds Iyer reaching a new peak, furthering an artistry that led The Guardian to call him one of the world’s most inventive new-generation jazz pianists and The New Yorker to describe him as extravagantly gifte. rilliantly eclectic