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The Tony Williams Lifetime - Emergency! album mp3

The Tony Williams Lifetime - Emergency! album mp3
Album:
Emergency!
Style:
Fusion
Released:
1991
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1720 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1354 mb
WMA vers. size:
1252 mb
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Rating:
4.4 ★
Votes:
205

Emergency! is the debut double album by American jazz fusion group The Tony Williams Lifetime. It was released in 1969 and was one of the first significant jazz fusion recordings. The album has commonly been regarded as a pioneering, influential, and original album in the jazz, rock, and fusion genres

Written-By – Tony Williams. Written-By – Tony Williams.

The debut album by Lifetime, featuring former Miles Davis sidemen, drummer Tony Williams and guitarist John McLaughlin, and also featuring organ player Larry Young. This band was basically the start of what became known as fusion. The debut album by Lifetime, featuring former Miles Davis sidemen, drummer Tony Williams and guitarist John McLaughlin, and also featuring organ player Larry Young.

Band Name The Tony Williams Lifetime. Album Name Emergency! Type Album. Data de lançamento 1969. Estilo de MúsicaJazz Rock. Membros têm este álbum1. ia The Spectrum Road. The Tony Williams Lifetime. Other productions from The Tony Williams Lifetime. Emergency! Albums in Jazz Rock.

Tony Williams chronology. Spring (1965)Spring1965. Turn It Over (1970)Turn It Over1970. Emergency! is the debut double album by American jazz fusion group The Tony Williams Lifetime. According to J. D. Considine in The Rolling Stone Album Guide (1992), jazz fusion started on Emergency! where McLaughlin was first given the chance to combine jazz and rock. Dennis Polkow of the Chicago Tribune wrote that.

The Tony Williams Lifetime played so loud that on club dates Williams needed monitors to hear the drums. Hard to imagine just three people produced this tidal wave of music. The singing is forgettable, although not horrible. But the melding of rock, blues, and jazz is truly astonishing. This has been called the first fusion album, and it's true that Williams, along with McLaughlin, were, in collaboration with Miles Davis, at the very edge of fusion. I would only recommend if you're a rabid Williams fan eager to know his entire collection. for strict listenability, I have to recommend the two-disc Lifetime Collection over Emergency. But I'll still be mining for more exposure to McLaughlin.

This session, not to be confused with Williams' first album as leader in 1964 titled 'Lifetime', had all the makings for explosive creativity and boundary- wrecking; John McLaughlin's guitar sounding more urgent and other-worldly than ever, Larry Young's irrepressible organ, and Williams' ridiculously confident charge on drums. If one didn't know better, the nine-minute title cut could just be the sound of another crazy jazz band bopping their way into the 1970's with drug-induced abandon.

Emergency! Studio album by The Tony Williams Lifetime.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Emergency
Written-By – Tony Williams*
9:41
2 Beyond Games
Written-By – Tony Williams*
8:24
3 Where
Written-By – John McLaughlin
12:18
4 Vashkar
Written-By – Carla Bley
5:03
5 Via The Spectrum Road
Written-By – Tony Williams*, John McLaughlin
7:56
6 Spectrum
Written-By – John McLaughlin
9:58
7 Sangria For Three
Written-By – Tony Williams*
13:19
8 Something Spiritual
Written-By – Dave Herman
5:32

Credits

  • Design [Cover] – Elaine Gongoram*
  • Drums – Tony Williams*
  • Guitar – John McLaughlin
  • Liner Notes – James Isaacs
  • Liner Notes [Engineer's Comments, Disclaimer] – Phil Schaap
  • Mastered By [Reissue], Edited By [Final Editing] – Joseph M. Palmaccio
  • Mastered By [Remastering, Reissue Restoration] – Phil Schaap
  • Organ – Larry Young
  • Photography By, Art Direction – Sid Maurer
  • Producer [Original Sessions] – Jack Lewis, Monte Kay
  • Recorded By, Mixed By [Original] – Gene Radice
  • Remastered By [Prepared For Compact Disc By] – Paul Ramey, Richard Seidel

Notes

Recorded at Olmstead Sound Studios, New York City, May 26 & 28, 1969
Digitally remastered at PolyGram Studios

Ⓟ 1969 Ⓒ 1991 PolyGram Records, Inc.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 422-849068-2 1
  • Matrix / Runout: 849 068-2 01% F

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
25-3001 The Tony Williams Lifetime Emergency! ‎(2xLP, Album) Polydor 25-3001 US 1969
UCCM-9191, 25-3001 The Tony Williams Lifetime Emergency! ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Pap) Polydor, Strange Days Records, Polydor UCCM-9191, 25-3001 Japan 2005
543.126/127 The Tony Williams Lifetime Emergency! ‎(2xLP, Album, Gat) Polydor 543.126/127 Canada 1969
583 574 The Tony Williams Lifetime Emergency! Volume One / Emergency! Volume Two ‎(2xLP, Album) Polydor 583 574 UK 1969
25-3001 The Tony Williams Lifetime Emergency! ‎(2xLP, Album, Promo) Polydor 25-3001 US 1969


  • Braendo
Ugh when this was released and I read that this was remixed from the 8 multi track tapes I was thrilled. But in 1991 like a few other remixes of the era for a remix it's dynamically dead. They definitely did not have the right technology then for remixing multi track tapes didn't use any EQ on this it's as flat as a piece of wood and has no dynamics. The original mix on LP or the 1997 or 2011 reissues are far better. However I know it was the times and just probably who were involved. The remix of Turn it Over which is the opposite dynamically of Emergency also has it's share of over mixing. The Turn It Over remix is very strange. I heard he also did the Emergency one but was never released. I wish he did like the other. At least it wouldn't be as dead and sucky as the 1991 mix. Calling Bill Laswell
  • Gardataur
- Phil Schaap cd-reissue engineer intro (nowadays no one explain's what they are doing just destroyed the sound)..."a flawed recording that contains distortions in all 8 channels - the worst offender being the track isolating Tony Williams' bass drum"... and 1991 remix has it right by mixin' the original 8 track basically into a mono-channel.
  • Walianirv
I can't work out how to do it, but please would someone correct the last track from "Something Special" to "Something Spiritual". Thanks.