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Have a Little Faith

Bill Frisell

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Bill Frisell has long been one of the most unique guitarists around. Able to switch on a moment's notice from sounding like a Nashville studio player to heavy metal, several styles of jazz, and just pure noise, Frisell can get a remarkable variety of sounds and tones out of his instrument. This set features Frisell in a quintet with Don Byron (on clarinet and bass clarinet), Guy Klucevsek on accordion, bassist Kermit Driscoll, and drummer Joey Baron. To call the repertoire wide-ranging would be an understatement. In addition to eight melodies from Aaron Copland's Billy the Kid, Frisell and company explore (and often reinvent) pieces written by Charles Ives, Bob Dylan, Muddy Waters, Madonna, Sonny Rollins, Stephen Foster, and John Phillip Sousa. This is one of the most inventive recordings of the 1990s and should delight most listeners from any genre.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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1
Billy the Kid, the Open Prairie
00:03:12

Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

2
Billy the Kid, Street Scene in a Frontier Town
00:01:45

Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

3
Billy the Kid, Mexican Dance and Finale
00:03:44

Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

4
Billy the Kid, Prairie Night (Card Game at Night), Gun Battle
00:05:02

Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

5
Billy the Kid, Celebration After Billy's Capture
00:02:17

Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

6
Billy the Kid, Billy in Prison
00:01:33

Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

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Billy the Kid, the Open Prairie Again
00:02:29

Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

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The "Saint-Gaudens" in Boston Common, "Col. Shaw and his colored regiment" (excerpt #1)
00:00:46

Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

9
Just Like a Woman
00:04:49

Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

10
I Can't Be Satisfied
00:03:00

Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

11
Live to Tell
00:10:12

Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

12
The "Saint-Gaudens" in Boston Common, "Col. Shaw and his colored regiment" (excerpt #2)
00:03:05

Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

13
No Moe
00:02:36

Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

14
Washington Post March
00:02:02

Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

15
When I Fall in Love
00:03:28

Victor Young, Composer - Edward Heyman, Composer - Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

16
Little Jenny Dow
00:03:29

Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

17
Have a Little Faith in Me
00:05:40

John Hiatt, Writer - Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

18
Billy Boy
00:01:39

Bill Frisell, MainArtist

© 1993 Nonesuch Records ℗ 1993 Nonesuch Records

Album Description

Bill Frisell has long been one of the most unique guitarists around. Able to switch on a moment's notice from sounding like a Nashville studio player to heavy metal, several styles of jazz, and just pure noise, Frisell can get a remarkable variety of sounds and tones out of his instrument. This set features Frisell in a quintet with Don Byron (on clarinet and bass clarinet), Guy Klucevsek on accordion, bassist Kermit Driscoll, and drummer Joey Baron. To call the repertoire wide-ranging would be an understatement. In addition to eight melodies from Aaron Copland's Billy the Kid, Frisell and company explore (and often reinvent) pieces written by Charles Ives, Bob Dylan, Muddy Waters, Madonna, Sonny Rollins, Stephen Foster, and John Phillip Sousa. This is one of the most inventive recordings of the 1990s and should delight most listeners from any genre.
© Scott Yanow /TiVo

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