Live 2007 - 4th Anuual Concert Tour - Original Compositions & Works By Thelonius Monk Limited Edition
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Audio CD, Limited Edition, 2007
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Disc 1: Works by Thelonious Monk 1. Brilliant Corners (5:56) - arranged by Renee Rosnes 2. Epistrophy (5:38) - arranged by Miguel Zenon 3. Crepuscule with Nellie (4:38) - arranged by Matt Penman 4. Criss Cross (4:21) - arranged by Dave Douglas 5. Bye-Ya (3:29) - arranged by Joshua Redman 6. I Mean You (8:02) - arranged by Eric Harland 7. Ugly Beauty (5:09) - arranged by Joshua Redman 8. San Francisco Holiday/Worry Later (3:59) - arranged by Miguel Zenon 9. Osaka T (7:00) arranged by Renee Rosnes 10. Reflections (4:45) arranged by Dave Douglas 11. Hornin' In (5:33) arranged by Dave Douglas 12. Bright Mississippi (5:02) arranged by Matt Penman 1. Haast Pass (14:08) - Matt Penman (Penperson Publishing, ASCAP) 2. Life at the End of the Tunnel (10:31) - Miguel Zenon (Mazenon Music, BMI) 3. Lion's Gate (9:59) - Renee Rosnes (Native Colors Music, BMI) 4. Peace Offering (9:22) - Andre Hayward (Drebone Music, ASCAP) San Francisco Suite - Dave Douglas (Noenmity Music, BMI) 5. Alcatraz (6:09) 6. Amoeba (6:52) 7. Assisi (6:09) 8. Union - Eric Harland (Dusean Publishing, SESAC) Limited edition of 3000
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Joshua Redman and Bobby Hutcherson don't have songs on the originals disc. Rather, Dave Douglas has three songs, which make up the "San Francisco Suite". "Haast Pass", written by Matt Penman, is a good modern-sounding mid-tempo tune. Miguel Zenon contributes "Life At The End Of The Tunnel", which has a fine melody but especially strong soloing. "Lion's Gate" is by Renee Rosnes, and it's also a sharp tune. Andre Hayward's "Peace Offering" is a slower song, and it has a nice melody, but one strike against it is that it reminds me of a TV theme song. I don't know which one - I imagine I'd have to hear "Lion's Gate" and the TV song back-to-back, which will never happen. The Dave Douglas suite consists of three songs, each about six minutes long. "Alcatraz" is the best part, it has the most memorable melody, and an edgy feel. "Ameoba" is more diffuse, then "Assisi" ties things up nicely. Eric Harland's "Union" has the hottest moment on the CD where the horns are playing a dense polyrhythmic part and the drums drop out entirely.
You can definitely say the SF Jazz Collective did it again. I strongly recommend these CD's. This is the best of 2007.