[JPL] Phat Band/Bruce Hornsby

philip booth philipbooth at tampabay.rr.com
Wed Jul 26 21:33:58 EDT 2006


and how about the Dave Holland Big Band, Either/Orchestra, Mingus Big Band, 
LCJO, the LC Afro-Jazz Orchestra, the Trondheim Jazz Orchestra and the WDR 
Big Band?

Philip Booth
http://scribelife.blogspot.com
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From: "Tom Mallison" <tomthejazzman at earthlink.net>
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Sent: Wednesday, July 26, 2006 9:23 PM
Subject: Re: [JPL] Phat Band/Bruce Hornsby


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Now Jae, just where in the world would you put Gerald Wilson.  He would be 
in my Top Five list.  ALOHA  Tom

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>There aren't many great big bands playing today - my opinion - but the few 
>I would put in that top five category would be Maria Schneider, John La 
>Barbara, Chris Walden, Clayton Hamilton and Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band. 
>Not necessarily in that order. There are a few others but these rank 
>highest in my book. The new Phat Band release is fantastic! For II V 
>arranging concepts they are definitely bringing something different to the 
>table.
>
>  Interesting side note......Bruce Hornsby actually recorded with Jack 
> DeJohnette and Chris McBride recently - to make his "jazz" trio CD. Yep, 
> it's true. I've known him for many years....as far back as the 70's when 
> we were both playing the local club circuit. I know he has a deep passion 
> for jazz and played it for many years. Now since his success in pop music 
> circles I'm not sure how much he's dealt with jazz but I talked with him 
> about his concepts before he recorded and for sure it is a jazz trio 
> recording. I know "Giant Steps" (his arrangement) will be on it so there 
> is a very different level of musicality from him that many have never 
> heard. It will be released down the road....fall or spring maybe but it 
> should be one of the most anticipated jazz releases to come out in a long 
> time. If not for anything else but curiousity sake.
>
>  Jae Sinnett
>  WHRV FM
>Norfolk VA
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''Contradictions''. A look at the music of Michel Petrucciani.

Piano: Christian Jacob - Bass: Trey Henry - Drums: Ray Brinker
Released on label ''Wilderjazz''

''Contradictions'' focuses on the original composition of the late pianist 
and composer Michel Petrucciani.

Not only does this project bring our attention back to Michel's great 
melodies, but it allows Christian to use them as a creative platform for his 
trio.

For more information or to request an on air copy please contact:
GROOV Marketing and Consulting
877-476-6832
mark at groovmarketing.com  or  josh at groovmarketing.com

Also feel free to email Christian with any comments or questions: 
christian at christianjacob.com

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