Enjoy The View [2 LP]
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Bobby's vibes do not over dominate and are beautifully integrated into each track. My estimation of David Sanborn has gone up a notch as he plays with a combination of old school skill and sensitivity. And Joey DeFrancesco ! Wow! Instead of the piano as on the old Blue Note sessions we get a very cool organ sound. He is one of the best playing today. And despite owning a number of his albums I did not know he played trumpet . He plays the instrument very well. And Billy Hart holds down the drum seat with perfection.
Enjoy the View and the new Brian Blade Fellowship release are the best jazz albums so far in 2014.
While the ensemble includes three distinguished soloists, there is lots of space in the recording. It is never cluttered or busy. The quartet lays down some awesome grooves whether it be newer material or revisiting the rich Hutcherson catalogue.
Sure I am biased, I am a big fan of Bobby's music. I have seen him live many times with some incredible musicians and I am happy to say "Enjoy the View" holds up. I have booked a trip to NYC to catch Bobby at the Lincoln Centre in November and while he will undoubtedly have moved on to something new and fresh by then, I will relish in the delight of this quartet's music.
But cats that I did not necessarily picture playing together.
From the first minute of the first track I was loving it!
I love the sound of the B3 with the vibes . Each so distinct, but what a beautiful combination. Add Dave Sanborn's alto to the mix
and Billy Heart playing with and supporting everyone at once.
I'm going to listen to this CD many times and I'm sure discover
even more moments of joy each time.
Sanborn is said to be his first time to play with Hutcherson or Hart. However, they seem to have established a bond of trust immediately. They are very conversational in “Teddy.” Billy Hart’s setts the pace and mood of “You,” where three melody players fluidly converse each others on their view again and again.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nothing like I expected, you have to like Bobby Hutcherson, as Joey doesn't do very much for this record...too bad as it is Joey's latest and I love the rest of his work...Published 3 months ago by PM Blues
this CD was acceptable.
nothing to write home about or refer to anyone else.
I am a big Bobby Hutcherson fan and was not disappointed by this album.Published 13 months ago by Robert L Miller
Weirdly listed as a Dave Sanborn album in places but this collaboration is better viewed as a Hutcherson project - and he is in fine form. The album is flawless. Enjoy!Published 16 months ago by calmnsense