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Dave Holland - Ones All (1995)

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Dave Holland - Ones All (1995)
Artist: Dave Holland
Title Of Album: Ones All
Year Of Release: 1995
Label(Catalog#): Intuition [INT2148 2]
Country: USA
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC (image + .cue,log,scans)
Time: 57:18
Full Size: 222 MB(+3%)


01 - Homecoming
02 - Three Step Dance
03 - Pork Pie Hat
04 - Jumpin' In
05 - Reminiscence
06 - Mr. P.C.
07 - Little Girl I'll Miss You
08 - Cashel
09 - Blues for C.M.
10 - Pass It On
11 - God Bless the Child
Dave Holland - Ones All (1995)
personnel :

Dave Holland - Bass, Producer, Cover Design

In 1992, Dave Holland took a break from his extended residency at ECM to record his second solo bass outing, Ones All, for Intuition. In contrast to the abstract territory Holland explored with 1977's Emerald Tears, Ones All probes a more straightforward vein and feels very much like a jazz record despite its unconventional instrumentation. Holland's seemingly limitless capacity for harmonic and rhythmic invention is completely in evidence as he moves through this collection of six originals and four standards (plus one tune by Holland's fellow bassist Michael Moore). Standout tracks include his muscular romp through Coltrane's "Mr. PC" and a sublimely tender reading of Mingus' "Pork Pie Hat." In addition to validating his stature as one of the most talented and tasteful bassists of the late 20th century, Ones All is a recording that should find an enthusiastic audience with both bass and jazz lovers alike. ~ Tom Benton, All Music Guide

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