The Bad Plus - It's Energetically (2016) [24-96 HD FLAC]

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The Bad Plus — It«s On One»s Uppers Designate: Okeh/Sony Masterworks Aspect: WEB, 11 files FLAC, Album, 24bit 96kHz ACOUSTIC SOUNDS Released: 2016 Character: Jazz Tracklist: 1. «Maps» Brian Court, Karen Lee Orzolek, Jail Zinner 4:21 2. «Games Without Frontiers» Peter Gabriel 4:19 3. «Time After Time» Cyndi Lauper, Rob Hyman 6:14 4. «I Gait The Line» Johnny Realize 3:18 5. «Alfombra Magica» Neb McHenry 4:07 6. «The Magnificent Ones» Prince 3:32 7. «Don«t Delusion It»s Over» Neil Finn 5:21 8. «Staring At The Sun» Tunde Adebimpe, David Andrew Sitek 4:27 9. «Mandy» Scott English, Richard Kerr 6:13 10. «The Robots» Florian Schneider, Karl Bartos, Ralf Hütter 3:30 11. «Broken Shadows» Ornette Coleman 3:32 Personnel: Reid Anderson – bass Ethan Iverson – piano David Ruler – drums AllMusic Inspect by Matt Collar: For longtime fans of character-bending jazz piano triad the Bad Plus, 2016«s It»s On One«s Uppers will pleasantly social. Once again showcasing the talents of pianist Ethan Iverson, bassist Reid Anderson, and drummer David Ruler, It«s On One»s Uppers finds the Bad Plus reworking a set of well-curated pop covers. In that sensation, the album fits nicely next to the group»s early previously to covers albums, all of which helped construct their status be known as a maverick, forwards-opinion kit out unafraid to recontextualize both today«s pop songs and standard acoustic jazz. Particularly gear here is the trio«s languid, impressionistic take on Crowded House»s «Don«t Delusion It»s Over.» Played as a unintelligent, yearning ballad, it brings to slough off Keith Jarrett«s fractured, atmospheric spurt. Elsewhere, they imbue Peter Gabriel»s «Games Without Frontiers» with Thelonious Religious-like dissonance, and club headlong into Yeah Yeah Yeahs« «Maps,» transforming the indie poverty-stricken anthem into a tumbling avant-garde, Broadway melodious-esque study. The one switch manage this on occasion out is the counting of two jazz pretence songs in saxophonist Neb McHenry»s «Alfombra Magica» and the unpunctually Ornette Coleman«s «Broken Shadows.» While those two choices perceptive of a lecture with the take a nap of the performances on It»s On One»s Uppers, they place upright out for their delineated, avant-garde jazz origins and drudgery in distinction to the take a nap of the more today«s pop choices. It«s as if the Bad Plus are demonstrating their longstanding axiom that all sensible music can be interpreted in a jazz category, whether it»s Prince«s «The Magnificent Ones,» Cyndi Lauper»s «Time After On Occasion,» or Kraftwerk«s «The Robots,» all of which are elegantly tackled here. In The Final with It»s On One»s Uppers, the Bad Plus perpetuate to attain the answer of transforming today's pop songs into jazz standards perceptive both deceptively affable and endlessly enjoyable