Turtle Island String Quartet - Who Do We Think We Are? FLAC album
Complete your Turtle Island String Quartet collection. Turtle Island String Quartet – Who Do We Think We Are?
Their albums include: Turtle Island String Quartet, Metropolis, Skylife, A Shock to the System, On the Town, Spider Dreams, Who Do We Think We Are?, A Night in Tunisia, A Week in Detroit, By the Fireside, The Hamburg Concert, Art of the Groove, Danzon, 4 + Four, with the Ying Quartet, A Love Supreme: The Legacy of John Coltrane, Have You Ever.
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The Turtle Island Quartet is a string quartet that plays hybrids of jazz, classical, and rock music. The group was formed in 1985 by David Balakrishnan, Darol Anger, and Mark Summer in San Francisco. They released their first album on Windham Hill Records in 1988 with Irene Sazer. The group plays jazz standards and original compositions that cross several styles, including blues, classical, jazz, and world music. Violinist David Balakrishnan got the idea for a jazz string quartet in 1985.
Biography by Matt Collar. Eclectic, ed string ensemble known for melding jazz, rock, and pop with classical music. Turtle Island String Q. ho Do We Think We Are? Turtle Island String Q. etropolis. anzon.
Who Do We Think We Are? 1994. While the Kronos Quartet cracked open the field of jazz for the once-exclusively classical string quartet, the Turtle Island String Quartet is the first whose members can actually improvise, thus giving the foursome much credibility in the jazz world. Their repertoire extends from bebop standards like "A Night in Tunisia" to Third Stream material to rock & roll treatments of Robert Johnson's Delta blues ("Crossroads"), throwing in bluegrass, South Indian ragas, and any other influences that they can latch onto - all without the crutch of a rhythm section. Their first self-titled album for Windham Hill Jazz - released in 1988 - led to several more on that label, including the soundtrack for the film Spider Dreams. In 1993, the TISQ and the Billy Taylor Trio performed Taylor's Homage, one of the more gracefully balanced classical/jazz fusions around, in concert.
Turtle Island Quartet continues their grail-like quest in a program that matches a reinterpretation of Brahms celebrated piano quintet with a gospel-tinged fantasy of Down by the Riverside. The giants of jazz such as Duke Ellington, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, and Louis Armstrong are given their just due and bluegrass legends like Bill Monroe and Flatt and Scruggs are brought to the table for this musical feast and you can be part of it all when you call 912-525-5050. Summer and Balakrishnan are original members of Turtle Island, which celebrates its 25th anniversary this fall. The quartet’s 4 + Four (with the Ying Quartet) won the 2006 Grammy for best classical crossover album. Marshall, who has displayed his virtuosity with the David Grisman band among others, is a longtime cohort of Balakrishnan’s. He also played on Turtle Island’s new recording and the Coltrane tribute.
Turtle Island Quartet mastermind David Balakrishnan has gotten his genre-expanding colleagues to adventure with him through a long piece of his own - ‘Tree of Life’ - in the middle of a tribute to Jimi Hendri. found it interesting not only because of Balakrishnan’s four-part suite - with its compatible mix of influences - but for putting into the string-quartet format some long-ago popular music I was unfamiliar wit. f you love the string-quartet sound and its capabilities, you will likely find something to enjoy in ‘Have You Ever Bee. ’ . A string quartet taking on Jimi Hendrix is no new idea (see Kronos Quartet or Turtle Island’s Gypsy Eyes on their 1994 Who Do We Think We Are? album) but don’t be fooled. This is far more than a jaw dropper of a background Cd to play at your next wine and cheese tasting for your NPR buddies.
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|1||Sevem Steps To Heaven
Arranged By – Victor Feldman
Vocals – Vicki Randle
|3||Who Do You Think You Are?
Arranged By – Danny Seidenberg
Drums – Scott MorrisGuitar – Steve Erquiaga
Arranged By – David BalakrishnanVocals – Tracy Silverman
|6||Moose The Mooche
Arranged By – Darol AngerDrums – Scott Morris
|7||Ruby My Dear
Arranged By – David Balakrishnan
|8||Blues On The Corner
Arranged By – Darol Anger
Arranged By – David Balakrishnan
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 019341014621
|01934 10146-4||Turtle Island String Quartet||Who Do We Think We Are? (Cass, Album, Dol)||Windham Hill Jazz||01934 10146-4||US||1994|
|01934-10146-2||Turtle Island String Quartet||Who Do We Think You Are? (CD, Album)||Windham Hill Records||01934-10146-2||Europe||1993|
|WHCD 10146||Turtle Island String Quartet||Who Do We Think We Are? (CD, Album, Club)||Windham Hill Jazz||WHCD 10146||US||1994|