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Escalator Over The Hill
Carla Bley / Paul Haines

Escalator Over The Hill

CD | ECM | 0042283931022 | ECM 8393102 | 07-05

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About the album

Charlie Haden is also amongst the massed cast of Carla Bley’s star-packed “chronotransduction” Escalator Over The Hill, usually described as a jazz opera, with Jack Bruce and Linda Ronstadt in leading roles, negotiating the cryptic lyrics of Paul Haines, and outstanding musical episodes with Don Cherry, John McLaughlin, Gato Barbieri, Roswell Rudd, Mike Mantler and many, many others. “A monumental, Herculean work”, The Village Voice. Jazz Album of the Year, Melody Maker Readers Poll 1973.

 

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Tracklisting
    • 1
      Hotel Overture
       
      13:14
    • 2
      This Is Here...
       
      05:56
    • 3
      Like Animals
       
      01:27
    • 4
      Escalator Over the Hill
       
      04:52
    • 5
      Stay Awake
       
      01:37
    • 6
      Ginger and David
       
      01:40
    • 7
      Song to Anything That Moves
       
      02:21
    • 8
      Eoth Theme
       
      00:37
    • 9
      Businessmen
       
      05:39
    • 10
      Ginger and David Theme
       
      00:57
    • 11
      Why
       
      02:19
    • 12
      It's Not What You Do
       
      00:16
    • 13
      Detective Writer Daughter
       
      03:19
    • 14
      Doctor Why
       
      01:28
    • 15
      Slow Dance (Transductory Music)
       
      01:51
    • 16
      Smalltown Agonist
       
      05:24
    • 17
      End of Head
       
      00:41
    • 18
      Over Her Head
       
      02:38
    • 19
      Little Pony Soldier
       
      04:36
    • 20
      Oh Say Can You Do?
       
      01:08
    • 21
      Holiday In Risk
       
      03:13
    • 22
      Holiday In Risk Theme
       
      00:48
    • 23
      A.I.R.
       
      04:00
    • 24
      Rawalpindi Blues
       
      12:45
    • 25
      End of Rawalpindi
       
      09:39
    • 26
      End of Animals
       
      01:31
    • 27
      ...And It's Again
       
      27:17
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