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Liam Noble piano. Peter Erskine b. John Paul Jones bass. Led Zeppelin b. Duke Ellington - piano. Sebastian Rochford drums. Showcase Buy Now. Premium Jason Bruer saxophone. With Leo Sidran. Shop Amazon. All About Jazz needs your support Donate. Also in , Human Chain became involved in the innovative music-theatre piece 'Out There', conceived and directed by Campbell Graham and written by Simon Black with music by Bates.
Working with a cast including Jason Flemyng , Human Chain provided the live music for the piece and also took on individual acting roles, most notably Bates playing "God" and Iain Ballamy playing "Steve the Prat".
Here Is The News. In , Bates released his sixth album Like Life , which was connected to his winning of the Jazzpar Award and featured several new pieces plus revisitations of his back catalogue of compositions.
Although most of the album was performed by Bates with the Danish Radio Jazz Orchestra , the other three Human Chain members also contributed as part of an altered lineup of Delightful Precipice.
This band was to cover an area of jazz which Bates had previously shunned or mocked — songs which had become jazz standards. Bates had anticipated this new project with his infamous subversion of "New York, New York" performed by Delightful Precipice and sung by Irish singer Christine Tobin. The Quiet Nights band was to approach the same territory and continue to subvert the original songs, but generally with a much more down-tempo and peaceful approach.
In a interview with All About Jazz , Bates commented on his conversion to this kind of music as follows:. Doing them opened my ears to the possibilities of using a singer and words. It was almost like having an actor on stage, telling a story, rather than a singer in the traditional sense. Previously, I'd been put off the idea of jazz and singing together because there was certain style of doing that — very over the top, lots of vibrato —while I prefer something quite different, more natural.
Then a few years later, when I did the Jazzpar, and they asked me to put together a contrasting project, the first thing I saw when I went to gigs in Copenhagen was a student jam session. There was this girl who just sang a standard beautifully and then sat down—and all these males improvised for about an hour, all taking turns to solo kind of competitively, while she sat there quietly, like in a trance. Then when they finished she just got up and sang the song again.Django Bates - Écoutez Django Bates sur Deezer. Avec Deezer, musique en streaming, découvrez plus de 56 millions de titres, créez vos propres playlists, téléchargez-les .