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2013-12-05 Whether you're looking for jazz explicitly flavored with a bit of holiday spirit, or not, there's plenty to choose from on this week's menu of jazz and creative music performances in St...Louis for the first time since 2010 to begin a four-
November 26, 2013 Well-played, with an internal sense of melody that everyone gets...And that "everyone" includes a crew worth paying attention to: pianist Marc Copland , drummer Ralph Peterson , guitarist Paul Bollenbeck and reed player Gary Thomas .
Old & New Masters Edition box that will finally see all three in print on CD (two for the first time). Meanwhile, 39 Steps is, then, Abercrombie's first recording as a leader with a pianist since Night , though it's far from a first encounter. Steps
May 27, 2013 Bassist Drew Gress returns with the same quintet with whom he's been recording since 2005's 7 Black Butterflies (Premonition). Don't fix it if it ain't broke, they say, and if, with the addition of trumpeter Ralph Alessi to the core
July 20, 2012 Pianist Marc Copland has previously released popular and well-received trio recordings in series, most recently New York Trio Recordings Vol...But he has an ensemble association with bassist Drew Gress and drummer Jochen Rueckert that
May 31, 2012 Seven years and a handful of albums under his own name separate pianist Marc Copland's Some Love Songs (Pirouet, 2005) and this winning sequel session. Copland reconvened the same trio from the original datewith ever-busy bassist Drew
Michael Brecker Published: 2012-03-29 All About Jazz is celebrating Michael Brecker's birthday today! Michael Brecker was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and exposed to jazz at an early age by his father, an amateur jazz pianist.
March 7, 2012 There is no telling what an imaginative musician such as saxophonist Dave Liebman might do if he were given the kind of room to maneuverto let his soul soar freeas pianist Marc Copland affords him on Impressions . It is as if the
November 5, 2011 Pianist Marc Copland and guitarist John Abercrombie played together for the first time in the 1970s, in drummer Chico Hamilton 's group. This was when Copland was playing saxophone, before his seemingly unlikely but very successful
When he worked in the 1970s as a sax sideman for world- jazz percussionist celebrity Chico Hamilton , Marc Copland (known as Marc Cohen in those days) had to play with rather more punch than on the recordings he has made as a pianist since the