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George Garzone - One Two Three Four (2006)

Исполнитель: George Garzone
Название альбома: One Two Three Four
Год записи: 2006
Год выпуска альбома: 2007
Лейбл: Stunt
Стиль: Post-Bop, Jazz Instrument, Saxophone Jazz
Формат файлов: Flac
Размер архива: 272 Mb
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Источник: домашняя коллекция

Garzone plays originals and tunes written by Kenny Werner, Steve Swallow, Benny Golson, and of course John Coltrane. Recorded on Oct. 13, 2006 in Brooklyn Real Jazz.

Editor's info:
Tenor saxophonist Michael Brecker was once asked how it felt to be the world's best sax player. He answered, "Ask George Garzone!" Indeed, musicians consider Garzone among the very best. And anyone hearing him perform will tend to agree with Becker. Sax playing on such a virile, creative and emotional level is rarely coupled with such superior technique. No one who has heard Coltrane can help feeling that the very first note George Garzone plays on this CD IS Coltrane. The kinship with Coltrane is no coincidence. Not only is the first track dedicated to him; the whole recording session took place in New York within the same weeks in the fall of 2006 when the city was celebrating what would have been Coltrane's 80th birthday. And 56-year old Garzone and Coltrane share the same birth date, September 23. However, George Garzone is no Coltrane epigone. As any other intelligent tenor saxophonist, he has long since realized that Coltrane's legacy is something one must look at. On the other hand, Garzone has liberated himself from Coltrane and other important influences from his youth in a very deliberate fashion. Since graduating in the early '70s from Boston's Berklee School of Music (in the same class as Joe Lovano and Kenny Werner), he has taught others at Berklee, at the New England Conservatory, and privately. Due to his teaching activities, one of modern jazz saxophone's most intense and original voices has been heard far less frequently than the other voices he might be classified with: for instance Lovano and Michael Brecker. Thus, listening to this voice as it can be experienced on this CD, is an extraordinary privilege for those who wish to follow a creative artist's deliberate exploration of the dividing lines between tradition and radicalism. Upon hearing the music on this CD, you will add without hesitation: the path from bebop to free form never ends. This is the feeling you may get, as George Garzone alternates between titles known as modern classics, which he interprets and caresses with melodic love and gentleness, and originals which allow him to liberate himself from agreed parameters. This music is uncompromising in its quest and totally devoid of cliches in its performance. The title ONE TWO THREE FOUR evolved more or less naturally in the recording studio... George Garzone counted in, and off they were in a relaxed but intense blowing session. However, the album title also alludes to the different constellations of musicians. This CD finds George Garzone in the company of a musician of his own generation who is in extremely high demand: the rock steady groove-maker, bassist Dennis Irwin. The other two musicians are graduates from the two institutions to which Garzone lends his expertise. Guitarist Chris Crocco studied at Berklee, and presently pursues his career in New York. Drummer Pete Zimmer began his musical education in Wisconsin and Illinois, and graduated from the New England Conservatory. "...this is a great product for your label... it sounds smoking. This is one of the best recordings that I have done... Let's get famous! Thanks again. Take care... George."

Track List:

01. Ballad for Trane (Werner) - 4:38
02. Head Now (Garzone) - 3:20
03. I Remember You (Schertzinger) - 5:02
04. Central Park West (Coltrane) - 6:05
05. Hey, Open Up (Garzone) - 5:50
06. Falling Grace (Swallow) - 4:24
07. Stablemates (Goldon) - 4:02
08. Fox in the Woods (Garzone) - 2:07
09. The Melody of Ayn, Pt. 1 (Garzone) - 2:13
10. Giant Steps (Coltrane) - 6:19
11. Tribute to Trane (Garzone) - 3:04
12. Melody of Ayn, Pt. 2 (Garzone) - 2:07

Systems Two Studios, Brooklyn, NY (10/13/2006)

Personnel:

George Garzone (TenorSax, SopranoSax)
Chris Crocco (Guitar)
Dennis Irwin (Bass)
Pete Zimmer (Drums)

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