Milcho Leviev & Charlie Haden — First Meeting (1985)

Milcho Leviev & Charlie Haden - First Meeting (1985)

Year: 1985
Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop
Label: Pan Music
Quality: Flac+Cue+Log
Total Time: 44:04
Size: 165 MB(+3%)

Milcho Leviev & Charlie Haden - First Meeting (1985)

Year: 1985
Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop
Label: Pan Music
Quality: Flac+Cue+Log
Total Time: 44:04
Size: 165 MB(+3%)

Tracklist

1 When will the Blues Leave 8:35
2 Nardis 5:50
3 Beaup 2:25
4 J. S. 4:55
5 Monk’s Moment 3:00
6 Chairman Mao 13:50
7 What’ll I Do
8 Silence 4:28

personnel :

Milcho Leviev — piano
Charlie Haden — bass

The exotic rhythms of Bulgarian music are combined with the
improvisations of jazz through the piano and keyboard playing of
Milcho Leviev. A member of Don Ellis’ band in the 1970s and a
well-traveled sideman for Billy Cobham, Art Pepper and Al Jarreau
and leader of jazz-rock band, Free Flight, in the 1980s, Leviev has
continued with his cross-cultural musical experiments.. In addition
to leading his own trio, featuring bassist Jamie Faust and drummer
Dick Weller, Leviev has performed with the Leviev-Slon Quartet,
featuring drummer Claudio Slon, bassist Mark Simon and
percussionist Cassio Duarte, and, the Jamie Faust Trio.

A graduate of the Bulgarian State Music Academy, Leviev worked as
pianist and director of the Bulgarian Radio and Television Big Band
in the mid-1960s. Temporarily relocating to Germany, he worked with
Albert Mangelsdorff.

At the urging of trumpet player and bandleader Don Ellis, Leviev
emigrated to the United States in 1971. For the next years, he was
a seminal member of Ellis’ large orchestra. Leaving Ellis in 1977,
Leviev played with a wide range of jazz and fusion musicians.
Forming Free Flight in 1980, he spent three years exploring the
possibilities of fusing jazz and rock influences. — Craig
Harris

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