The band met with great success and took up most of his time, although he did write some music for radio and television. A recording from the Frankfurt Jazz Festival catches the music of this band at its peak.
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This was when he launched the quartet, later quintet, which was to be his preferred medium for the rest of his career. There were remarkably few changes over the years, and the degree of mutual understanding that developed among its members was quite exceptional. He also played on tracks by Paul Simon, Steely Dan and others.
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In later years Woods suffered increasingly from emphysema, until he was obliged to carry an oxygen tank with him. When it finished, he walked off, leaving the instrument on stage. He and Chan divorced in He then married Jill Goodwin, sister of his drummer, Bill Goodwin. She survives him with their son and three stepdaughters.
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I only read a few weeks back that he had announced his retirement on stage as he had developed chronic emphysema. Phil in his beret, just blowing. What a wonderful solo….
Thanks Richard. I shall have to revisit this! I loved the rhythmic elasticity and the way that Woods and partners took the music out to the edge and then brought it home. Woods was by then playing more straight-ahead material. We spent some time and money laying on a first class PA system for him and the band. He insisted it was turned off and they played the whole set acoustically. It was a beautiful evening of high quality, intimate jazz. Phil Woods was a great saxophonist, and a masterful improviser.
Bless you, Phil Woods! Just sitting here listening to Spoonful over and over while I Google to get soloist names.
Such a masterful piece, it sets such a mood. Thanks for your analysis and your heartfelt comments about Phil Woods solo.
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Spot on. No one mentions the importance of the bass line in this composition, so thanks for appreciating that. You are commenting using your WordPress.
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