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The Sequel

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Go East Young Man
  2. The Sequel
  3. Elation
  4. Holding Hands
  5. Know Wonder
  6. Dreamsville
  7. Spectrum
  8. It Never Entered My Mind
  9. Just A Notion
  10. Samba D' Blue


Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 21, 2016)
  • Original Release Date: March 21, 2016
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: MAXJAZZ
  • ASIN: B00006J3VB
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #233,360 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Jan P. Dennis on October 13, 2002
Format: Audio CD
I first encounterd Mulgrew Miller on his brilliant early recording, Countdown. It was when I was first getting into jazz, and it featured some of the late Joe Henderson's finest sax work. It also had, I believe, a young Renee Rosnes on piano. I don't remember the drummer, but I think it might have been Billy Drummond, Renee's husband. Countdown was one of the records that facilitated my complete conversion to acoustic jazz from jazz lite.
This new record, probably some 20 years hence from Countdown, only confirms Mulgrew Miller's early flowering of genius. Over the years, as jazz players often do, on account of the strange economics and aesthetics that control the jazz industry, Miller has struggled to find the proper musical context to optimally display his pianistic genius. Well, he's found it on The Sequel.
Ostensibly a reprise of or follow up to another early Miller recording, Wingspan, The Sequel retains only Steve Nelson, probably the foremost practioner of his instrument, on vibes from the earlier group. All the other players (Steve Wilson on alto and soprano sax, Duane Eubanks on trumpet, Richie Goods on bass, and Karriem Riggins on drums) are new. Of these Karriem Riggins makes the strongest impression, with a deep groove and swing, brilliant colorations, and sheer rhythmic dynamism casually eminating from every stroke he takes. Duane Eubanks, Kevin and Robin's younger brother, also impresses mightly, as does Richie Goods, rock-solid on acoustic bass. I've never been that impressed with Steve Wilson, but he plays his butt off here and comes through like a champ.
As for the headliner, with this record he seems to have vaulted himself to the very head of jazz pianists. He's more relaxed, more confident, more creative than I've ever heard him.
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This is a fine album from one jazz's most consistently rewarding players. I saw Mulgrew MIller playing with Woody Shaw and Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers in the early 80's. I said, this is one tall dude and he can really play (get it 'Wingspan'). I never bought any the albums where is he is leader until later. He is widely recorded as a sideman on so many good albums.

But on this album he delivers tunes that stay in your mind. The band is cooking; Steve Wilson(sax) and Steve Nelson(vibes) have recorded with Mulgrew quite a bit. Mulgrew is clearly the leader, but the band members get to shine. I compare this album to 'Hand in Hand' which has similar instrumentation, but has more of a 'Hard Bop' feel. This album has plenty of authority, but the compositions and playing have a lighter more graceful touch. Overall, another outstanding album.
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Since that fateful Carbondale, Illinois Autumn day in 1993, when I first heard Mulgrew Miller's "Hand in Hand" album, I have been in love with his music.
Mulgrew Miller is an accomplished composer, arranger, performer and bandleader. The "Sequel" album is only the latest offering that displays Miller's complex style. I saw Miller play along side of Benny Golson at the 2001 Chicago Jazz Festival and I can tell you he is a treat to listen to.
There is absolutely no filler on this album. Miller is yet to come out with an album that has filler.
Its all substance dude!!!
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This is classic... You may call it predictable, straight ahead jazz
I saw Mulgrew Miller in Vancouver in 1994 or so and was impressed with his truly inspired group wingspan.This is not that group, but I am not disappointed to have a larger collection than I had imagined.The phrasing is nice and comfy and its loose enough to stand repeated playings.It breathes,and the sparkles of genius keep the soul alive.
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