Suspicious Activity? (CD, Album). Sony Music Japan International Inc. SICP 923. Japan. Suspicious Activity? (CD, Album, Unofficial).
Give is the third studio album released by The Bad Plus. It contains covers of Ornette Coleman's "Street Woman", The Pixies' "Velouria", and Black Sabbath's "Iron Man". Depending on the pressing, one or both of the following tracks may appear as bonus tracks. The recording of "Knowing Me, Knowing You" is not the same as the one that appeared on The Bad Plus album. Ethan Iverson – piano. Reid Anderson – double bass. Tchad Blake – producer.
Suspicious Activity? (CD, Album, Copy Prot. Suspicious Activity? (CDr, Album, RE). Legacy, Columbia. Suspicious Activity?
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY?-the band's third album-is unlikely to settle any of those debates. With their funky, deconstructionist cover of Vangelis's "(Theme from) Chariots of Fire" and their shape-shifting originals, the Bad Plus are full of surprises. The band excels equally at driving compositions ("Anthem for the Earnest") that draw on the punchy, bass-fueled energy of rock, and off-kilter lyricism like the jittery, poetic "Knows the Difference.
Suspicious Activity? 2005. This album has an average beat per minute of 123 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 76/176 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Suspicious Activity? Album starts at 137BPM, ends at 76BPM (-61), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Bad Plus.
The Bad Plus have been challenging jazz listeners for a while, with their hip credentials and edgy attitude. Ethan Iverson is an accomplished pianist, original and sparky, while Reid Anderson has an expressive approach to double bass, with a monster sound. Listen to the clumpy groove and bombastic piano chords of Lost of Love .
Suspicious Activity? by The Bad Plus. com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. com's standard return policy will apply. In fact, this album really could have used more brilliant covers in the Bad Plus tradition and a little less original material. The other thing that makes this album dwindle a little is the production. The trio used a lot more overdubbing which sort of destroys the acoustic.