Thursday, November 16th at 9pm:
The Jazz Record Art Collective is proud to present the Idit Shner Quintet performing Eric Dolphy’s "Far Cry", released in 1962.
"Far Cry finds multi-reedist Eric Dolphy in a transitional phase, relinquishing Charlie Parker's governing universal impact and diving into the next controversial phase that critics began calling "anti-jazz." On this date Booker Little's lyrical trumpet and Jackie Byard's confident grasp of multiple piano styles (though both steeped in hard bop) were sympathetic to the burgeoning "avant-garde" approach that Dolphy displays, albeit sparingly, on this session. Far Cry contains the initial performance of Dolphy's future jazz classic "Miss Ann," along with his first recorded solo alto sax performance on "Tenderly," in which Dolphy bridges the gap between the solo saxophone performances of Coleman Hawkins and Anthony Braxton.”
Idit Shner - Woodwinds
Chad McCullough - Trumpet
Rob Clearfield - Keyboard
Matt Ulery - Bass
Jon Deitemyer - Drums
ADMISSION & LOCATION:
$10 cover or $5 w/ student ID
Doors open at 8pm. Show starts at 9pm.
CASH ONLY, Smaller bills appreciated!
All ages. 21+ for alcoholic beverages.
This music series is generously supported by Candid Wines.
The Fulton Street Collective
Located in the Hubbart Street Lofts
1821 W. Hubbard St. (3rd Floor)
Chicago, IL 60612
(773) 852 2481