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Performer: Marc Johnson
Title: Swept Away
Country: Germany
Released: 2012
Style: Contemporary Jazz, Post Bop
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 883
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Album · 2012 · 11 Songs. Swept Away Marc Johnson. Listen on Apple Music.

It's essentially a trio set with regular drummer Joey Baron, but the added treat is the presence of saxophonist Joe Lovano on several tracks. As sensitive, small-group jazz goes, this is close to definitive. Independent culture newsletter. The best in film, music, TV & radio straight to your inbox. Independent culture newsletter

Complete your Marc Johnson, Eliane Elias collection. referencing Swept Away, CD, Album, ECM 2168, 279 4574. But the sweetness, the quiet, and the sometimes deeply haunting melancholy of Swept Away may catch listeners unawares.

Eliane Elias, Marc Johnson - Swept Away. Quality: 192-320 Kbits/sec. Bitrate (quality): 192 256 320. mp3. 1. Swept Away. 3. One Thousand And One Nights.

L'album si chiude in bellezza con un brano della tradizione folk americana, eseguito da solo dal contrabbassista. Visita il sito di Eliane Elias. Track Listing: 01. Swept Away (Elias) - . 8; 02. It's Time (Elias) - 5:49; 03. One Thousand and One Nights (Elias) - 8:18; 04. When the Sun Comes Up (Johnson) - 6:36; 05. B is for Butterflay (Elias) - 8:05; 06. Midnight Blue (Johnson) - 6:00; 07. Moments (Elias) - 5:50; 08. Sirens of Titan (Johnson/Elias) - 5:55; 09. Foujita (Johnson) - 6:36; 10. Inside Her Old Music Box (Johnson/Elias) - 5:27; Shenandoah (American Folk Song) - 4:35.

Artists: Eliane Elias. Tracks count: 11. Views: 11. Marc Johnson, Eliane Elias, Joe Lovano, Joey Baron - Inside Her Old Music Box 05:29.

Swept Away sees the top-class quartet of pianist Eliane Elias, double bassist Marc Johnson, drummer Joey Baron and saxophonist Joe Lovano commune over music that is engaging and sensual, lyrical and swinging. Brazilian-born Elias previously joined ECM veterans Baron and Lovano on Johnson’s 2005 ECM album, Shades of Jade, which reaped praise far and wide. The New York Times enthused over the luminescence created by the close partnership between Elias and Johnson, while The Village Voice said the album was shimmering yet its lusciousness has all sorts of tensile strength

Swept Away is a studio album by jazz musicians Marc Johnson (double bass) and Eliane Elias (piano) with Joey Baron on drums and Joe Lovano on tenor saxophone. The album was released on September 7, 2012 by ECM Records. All tracks except for "Shenandoah" were composed by Eliane Elias (1–3, 5, 7, 8, 10) and Marc Johnson (4, 6, 8–10). One Thousand and One Nights" – 8:18.

Tracklist

Swept Away 6:18
It's Time 5:49
One Thousand And One Nights 8:18
When The Sun Comes Up 6:36
B Is For Butterfly 8:05
Midnight Blue 6:00
Moments 5:50
Sirens Of Titan 5:55
Foujita 6:36
Inside Her Old Music Box 5:27
Shenandoah 4:35

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ECM 2168, 279 4574 Marc Johnson / Eliane Elias Marc Johnson / Eliane Elias - Swept Away ‎(CD, Album) ECM Records, ECM Records ECM 2168, 279 4574 Germany 2012
ECM 2168, B0017358-02 Marc Johnson / Eliane Elias Marc Johnson / Eliane Elias - Swept Away ‎(CD, Album) ECM Records, ECM Records ECM 2168, B0017358-02 US 2012
none Marc Johnson / Eliane Elias Marc Johnson / Eliane Elias - Swept Away ‎(CDr, Album, Promo) Universal Music France, ECM Records none France 2012
Reviews (1)
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Review by Rick AndersonNo one familiar with the past work of bassist Marc Johnson and pianist Eliane Elias will be surprised to find that this album finds them working in an exploratory mode; Johnson has long been one of the most interesting bassists on the modern jazz scene, and Elias' résumé is all over the place. But the sweetness, the quiet, and the sometimes deeply haunting melancholy of Swept Away may catch listeners unawares. Elias and Johnson are joined here by the two musicians who are more perfectly suited to this type of project than any others on the scene today: saxophonist Joe Lovano (currently the go-to player for virtually every serious jazz session in New York) and the preternaturally sensitive drummer Joey Baron, a man who has made more session leaders sound wonderful over the past 20 years than any other. Baron and Johnson face a serious challenge on this program: the tempos are generally slow, the sense of swing sometimes nearly subliminal, and that puts bassists and drummers in an awkward position. But on tracks like "It's Time" and the lovely "B Is for Butterfly," they keep the thread steady and reliable without dictating a beat or drawing undue attention; when the time comes to lay down a solid groove (as on the wonderful "B Is for Butterfly"), they do so elegantly and seemingly without effort. Swept Away is the best example of what has come to be called "ECM jazz" -- quiet, spacious, and friendly, but complex as well and easily able to stand up to close listening.

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