JAZZ ON SUNDAY: BILL FRISELL - FRANCE 2012

September 22, 2019 – 4:43 am

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BILL FRISELL
Plays John Lennon 2012 [no label, 1CD]

La Villete Jazz Festival. Live at the Grande Halle de La Villette, Paris, France; August 31, 2012. Very good audio (ripped from HDTV broadcast). Incomplete show, complete broadcast.

In 2011, John Frisell released his John Lennon tribute album, All We Are Saying… In an interview with Pop Matters, Frisell said: “What was amazing about this project is that I didn’t touch the music really. I didn’t think of it as a chance for me to reconstruct or re-harmonize the songs. Everything we did was from looking at the original version. The power of the songs is such that the songs themselves brought us together as a band. The songs themselves create the arrangements. It’s more than just the corporate machine ramming them down our throat for our whole life. It is amazing on a technical, harmonic/melodic level. The songs are not all that complicated, but they transcend things - they touch everybody. This music was massively commercially successful, but it was because it was touching people.”

“We didn’t figure the arrangements out ahead of time. We just started playing - we went for it. These are musicians I’ve been playing with for years and years, so there’s not a lot we have to talk about. I would write out what I though was pretty close to the original in lead sheets, but that was it.”

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Track 01. You’ve Got To Hide Your Love Away/#9 Dream 18:34
Track 02. Come Together 10:40
Track 03. Julia 5:28
Track 04. Please Please Me 6:00
Track 05. In My Life/Strawberry Fields Forever 17:09
Track 06. Imagine 6:23
65 mins

Lineup:
Bill Frisell - guitar
Greg Liezs - pedal-steel guitar
Tonny Scherr - bass
Kenny Wollesen - drums

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  1. 14 Responses to “JAZZ ON SUNDAY: BILL FRISELL - FRANCE 2012”

  2. Rumor has it Bill gots a Big Un

    By U L E on Sep 22, 2019

  3. Is this man Jewish?

    By Der Furher on Sep 22, 2019

  4. A dirty filthy greedy vermin Jew ?

    By Der Furher on Sep 22, 2019

  5. Hitler’s accession to the Chancellorship of Germany triggered one of history’s largest exoduses of brains and talent, from which both Germany and Austria have only begun to recover.

    By Beelzabozo on Sep 22, 2019

  6. He’s a Jew . Real last name is Frisberg.

    By T J on Sep 22, 2019

  7. Not that it matters one little bit,but…

    Gene Simmons,real name Chaim Witz,
    and Paul Stanley,real name Stanley Eisen,
    are both ethnically Jewish.

    By John on Sep 22, 2019

  8. Hey U L E, were you a plaster caster back in the day?

    By TopDog on Sep 22, 2019

  9. U L E (ugly little eunich)was never a plaster caster, but I bet he’s always been an asshole.

    By Russ on Sep 23, 2019

  10. I’m amazed at the number of rockers that have big penises. As a girl I’m usually disappointed when I sleep with a guy . Most are in the 5 to 7 inch range . Occasionally I’ll get a 10 incher to a foot long and very thick , but those are rare exceptions. It seems based on comments that most musicians are exceptionally large . Lucky groupies I guess .

    By Debbie on Sep 23, 2019

  11. 10 to 12 was a midget compared to Milty ( Uncle ) .

    By C Tony on Sep 23, 2019

  12. Based on many men’s room sightings Milty ( Uncle ) was said to be in the two foot range .

    By C Tony on Sep 23, 2019

  13. Not many like that Deb old gal . Black guys maybe .

    By C Tony on Sep 23, 2019

  14. M Berle reportedly had a prick that measured anywhere from 16 to 20 . He would actually engage in whip it out contests in saunas . He retired undefeated.

    By Donald on Sep 23, 2019

  15. I think Frank Sinatra has him banned from participating in sauna gang bangs famous by the rat pack in the early 60s . Frank had an ego and couldn’t stand the fact that Berle had a few inches on him .

    By Donald on Sep 23, 2019

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