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Dream of the Elders

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Dream of the Elders
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Studio album by
Released1995
RecordedMarch 1995
StudioPower Station, NYC
GenrePost-Bop
Length77:04
LabelECM
ProducerDave Holland
Dave Holland Quartet chronology
Ones All
(1993)
Dream of the Elders
(1995)
Points of View
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
SourceRating
Allmusic4/5 stars[1]
Tom HullB+[2]
The Rolling Stone Jazz & Blues Album Guide4.5/5 stars[3]

Dream of the Elders is a studio album by British jazz bassist Dave Holland and his quintet.[4][5]

Background

Like Holland's previous two ECM (record label) releases, Triplicate and Extensions, this album was recorded following the dissolving of his first band (Steve Coleman, Robin Eubanks, Kenny Wheeler, and Marvin "Smitty" Smith). Dream of the Elders has influenced Holland's future releases in several ways. It was his first release to feature vibraphonist Steve Nelson, who then went on to join Holland's second quintet, formed following the Dream of the Elders session. Additionally, four of the tunes introduced on the album ("Lazy Snake", "Claressence", "Equality" and "Ebb & Flow") have been revisited by Holland on future releases, albeit in re-arranged versions.

Reception

Bill Kahlklaase of The New Mexican stated "1995’s magnificent Dream of the Elders, proved the bassist adept at bringing together superlative instrumentalists to play music that ranged between tightly arranged passages and bursts of improvisational freedom."[6]

Track listing

All tunes written by Dave Holland.

  1. "The Winding Way" - 11:57
  2. "Lazy Snake" - 12:28
  3. "Claressence" - 7:29
  4. "Equality" - 7:12
  5. "Ebb & Flow" - 12:02
  6. "Dream of the Elders" - 11:10
  7. "Second Thoughts" - 8:06
  8. "Equality (instrumental)" - 6:40

Personnel

References

  1. ^ Yanow, Scott. Dream of the Elders at AllMusic
  2. ^ "Tom Hull: Grade List: Dave Holland". Tom Hull. Retrieved 9 July 2020.
  3. ^ Swenson, John (1999). The Rolling Stone Jazz & Blues Album Guide. Random House. Retrieved 23 September 2019. Dave Holland
  4. ^ "Dave Holland Quartet* – Dream Of The Elders". Discogs. discogs.com. Retrieved 22 May 2018.
  5. ^ "Dave Holland Discography". Jazz Disco. jazzdisco.org. Retrieved 23 May 2018.
  6. ^ Kohlhaase, Bill (October 9, 2015). "Bass meets tabla: Dave Holland joins Zakir Hussain's Crosscurrents". The New Mexican. santafenewmexican.com. Retrieved 22 May 2018.

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