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  • Audio CD (August 10, 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: NYC (New York City)
  • ASIN: B00000JY6L
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #450,862 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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straight ahead jazz quartet is led by legendary tenor saxophonist & teacher George Garzone, feat. special guest pianist Kenny Werner & vibist Mike Mainieri

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By C. Katz on June 14, 2009
Format: Audio CD
George Garzone amazes me.Like other "younger" players he at once keeps the traditions alive and pushes new boundaries.Like Jerry Bergonzi,Rich Perry,and others who aren't household names they are out there playing standards and writing and iventing not for it sake but because the muse calls them.Here with the fabulous Kenny Werner on keys a solid Bob Lockwood on bass and an at times close to the edge Bob Gullotti they are joined by Ciare Dailey on baritone,Douglas Yates on alto and clarinet as well as Mike Maineri on vibes who also produced the album.They start with the title as prologue and go into a very free boppish "Hey,Open Up" and switch to a noir like ballad "Farewell To Athens" whjich not only showcases the beautiful tone and phrasing of the leader but a tight interplay between Werner who is lush and Maineiri.The drummer and basist are totally sympathetic.It's quite beautiful.The first of three standrds "Summertime opens up and where you might expect straight ahead this where the time signatures and melody get quite free of the tradition take."Simple" follows and is quite jaunty and here Claire Dailey plays in unison with Garzone and is followed by a very angular Doug Yates on alto.Then Coltranes "Naima" is followed and while the treatment they give is respectful and it is one of the most unique renditions you'll hear of it with a very Steve Lacy like playing by Garzone on soprano.It is so natural to play this tune close to the original it is great to hear a take which goes outside and returns to it's theme.Coltrane would have loved it.Next is the "The Other Mingus" which sounds like what you might think a Mingus/Ellington tune for the modern age.Lockwoood get's a solid bass solo accompanied by a simpatico Gullotti.Read more ›
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 29, 2000
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A quite refreshing new look at jazz, Garzone provides a story in each song he plays. I assure future buyers, this is a "must have" cd for all jazz lovers. Just listen to the dark emotoins that stem from his horn. A cd unlike many out there.
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3 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Brian Currin on May 1, 2000
Format: Audio CD
George Garzone is finding some new ground to play on and this new CD is really a joy to listen to. His playing is so sophisticated and different. Check this one out.
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4 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Bandy on August 4, 2000
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Warning!This not an easy album so I do not recommend it for amature listeners(eg.Sanborn Fans).P/S.I apologize if I have offended any smooth out or R&B Freaks.
Like John Coltrane,George Garzone is also a searching soul.He is always finding some new grounds to present his art form.Not only he has absorbed many qualities of Coltrane's playing,technical virtuosity but also his musical conviction.I am always been in love with records made by Micheal Brecker,Joe Lovano,(The real)Kenny G,Bob Berg,Joe Henderson and Sonny Rollins.Then I hear George Garzone....seriously speaking,Garzone stands out among the many great Sax veterans (other than Branford Marsalis,which i think whom is the equal of Garzone.Ps,I don't compare John coltrane because he is the God of all sax player.).
This album is a true gift to all Jazz fanatics,jazz purist have every reason to get this one.The core rythmn section features John Lockwood on bass,Bob Gullotti on drums.Garzone,Lockwood and Gullotti are the 3 Neanderthal men,searching for life on Mars and Venus.You will hear on this record their ability to morph into whatever situation that is present to them.Now,that's their brotherhood.Then there's Kenny Werner(watch out for his piano playing,he got many aspects of Mcoy Tyner's fierce changes),whom I think is a better pianist than Joey Calderazzo.(Joey Calderazzo was the pianist on the record Two's and four's,it was such a shame that he was actually not up to the level of the others ,especially playing with people as great as Garzone.Anyway,check it out,Two's and Four's is just another great recording.)Kenny Werner is a liquid player whom can flow with Garzone's craziness.Garzone needs him in his brotherhood. Let's talk about the music in this record.
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