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9 thoughts on “ Hold My Snow Cone - Eric Revis Quartet - In Memory Of Things Yet Seen (CD, Album)

  1. "Hold My Snow Cone" is a slow blues, with Jones taking the torch from Arthur Blythe. The concluding "If You Are Lonesome, Then You're Not Alone" is a hymn or gospel of the future, carried by a striking saxophone duet. Catching upcoming live performances of this group is highly recommended.
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  3. A snow cone was a Human frozen dessert native to the planet Earth. It consisted of a conical cup of crushed or shaved ice with a sugary flavoring, such as cherry. While suffering in the heat of the Torothan desert in , Commander Charles Tucker III imagined how nice a cherry-flavored snow cone would taste. (ENT: "Desert Crossing").
  4. Publication: NUVO News Author: Scott Shoger Date: March 26, Ellis Marsalis, Jr. — the paterfamilias of the jazz-playing Marsalis clan — says he was “never big on family bands.” Maybe that’s why even after the Marsalis family performed together for the first time during a retirement celebration for Ellis in , they still don’t play as a family all that often.
  5. Hold My Snow Cone, a song by Eric Revis Quartet, Chad Taylor, Bill McHenry, Darius Jones on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes.
  6. Mar 17,  · The first-call acoustic bass player best known in five words or less as “Branford Marsalis’ bassist since forever” is preparing to release his own led-date In Memory of Things Yet Seen (March 25, , Clean Feed Records). For his fifth one, Revis ditches the piano, doubles up on the saxes and often steps outside.
  7. Eric Revis: In Memory Of Things Yet Seen. -heads awake. Reminiscent of Sun Ra, the qualities of all four musicians accumulate here in a highly intense way. “Hold My Snow Cone” is a slow blues, with Jones taking the torch from Arthur Blythe. the booking of bassist Eric Revis’ quartet (Sep. 4th-5th) was not as surprising as.
  8. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for In Memory of Things Yet Seen - Eric Revis Quartet on AllMusic.
  9. Mar 26,  · The contrasts of that trio’s City of Asylum proved to be a revelation; not resting on his laurels, however, Revis has already set up his next step with a high caliber 2+2 constellation that also includes percussionist Chad Taylor, tenor saxophonist Bill McHenry and altoist Darius Jones—a lineup capable of drilling through thick boards, which actually happens on its bold debut recording, In Memory Of .

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