- Performer:Bill Dixon
- Title:Considerations 1: 1972-1976
- Style:Avant-Garde Jazz,Free Jazz
- Date of release:1981
- Recording date:1972 - 1976
- Size FLAC version1855 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1155 megabytes
- Size WMA version1124 megabytes
- Formats:TTA ASF RA XM AIFF MP1
Considerations 1: 1972-1976. Considerations 1: 1972-1976.
Intents and Purposes is an album by American jazz trumpeter Bill Dixon, which was released in 1967 on RCA Victor. Despite critical acclaim at the time, it was soon out of print except for appearances in 1972 on Japanese RCA and later in 1976 on French RCA. The album was reissued on CD by International Phonograph in 2011. The album's title is an example of a Siamese twins idiomatic expression.
Bill Dixon (October 5, 1925 – June 16, 2010) was an American musician, composer, visual artist, and educator. Dixon was one of the seminal figures in the free jazz movement. He played the trumpet, flugelhorn, and piano, often using electronic delay and reverberation. Dixon hailed from Nantucket, Massachusetts. His family later moved to Harlem, New York City when he was about seven. His studies in music came relatively late in life, at the Hartnette Conservatory of Music (1946–1951).
Bill Dixon 01. 30 April at 15:10 ·. stunts stopped by for a bit this week and we had to hit up the spot! hamotorusa esport Bill Dixon 01. 17 April at 08:36 ·. My Yamaha Mt-10 drift bike is one step closer to full send mode. Bullet Speed hooked the aluminum cage up only added 8 pounds.
Considerations 1. Play album. Bill Dixon in Italy - Volume 1.
BILL DIXON is a avant-garde jazz music artist. One of the seminal free jazz figures, Bill Dixon made his mark as a player, organizer, and educator in a career that spanned more than 50 years. Dixon was a jaggedly lyrical trumpeter - his delivery was as vocalic as that of any free jazz trumpeter except perhaps Lester Bowie. As an improviser, he was somewhat similar in temperament to Ornette Coleman, yet his compositional style differed greatly from the altoist.
Bill Dixon (October 5, 1925 – June 16, 2010, Nantucket, Massachusetts) was an American trumpet, flugelhorn, and piano player; composer; artist; educator. In 1964 Dixon organized and produced the 'October Revolution in Jazz' in New York City and founded the Jazz Composers Guild. He was relatively little recorded during this period, though he co-led some releases with Archie Shepp and appeared on Cecil Taylor's Blue Note record Conquistador! in 1966. Bill Dixon With Exploding Star Orchestra.
CreditsChuck Ange - Mixing
Dario Barassi - Producer
Tom Bates - Mixing
Bill Dixon - Composer, Drawing, Liner Notes, Primary Artist, Trumpet
Stephen Horenstein - Sax (Tenor)
Henry Letcher - Drums
Ugo Maione - Producer
Alan Silva - Bass
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|2||Long Alone Song Bill Dixon||Bill Dixon||6:38|
|3||Shrike Bill Dixon||Bill Dixon||0:55|
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|5||Solo Bill Dixon||Bill Dixon||6:32|