[JPL] For Tristano School followers

Len Dobbin lendobbin at sympatico.ca
Thu Jan 29 13:41:27 EST 2009

 Jazz Reviews - Jan. 29, 2009 MIRROR (Montreal)

Len Dobbin reviews

Eric Rasmussen            

School of Tristano [Steeplechase]            

School of Tristano 2 [Steeplechase]            

School of Tristano 3 [Steeplechase]                  

The leader is a California born altoman joined here by Nate Radley, guitar, Dave Ambrosio, bass and drummer Matt Wilson on three volumes of music written by Tristano or his students Lee Konitz, Warne Marsh, Ronnie Ball, Billy Bauer and Ted Brown as well as the leader and Radley. Thirty-three tracks in all, including "Kary's Trance" based on "Play Fiddle Play", "Marionette", a "September in the Rain" contrafact and Lennie's blues for Charlie Parker, "Requiem".  Recorded in 2006 and 2007, all three CDs belong in the collection of any follower of the Tristano school and its members - all are highly recommended.

Rating:  10 / 10 (all)

Trial track:  Wow [Tristano]

                   Tautology [Tristano 2]

                    Line Up [Tristano 3]


Liu Fang - Michael O'Toole

Duo Pipa & Guitar [Philmultic]            

An intriguing combination of instruments playing music by Bartok, Vivaldi, Piazzolla and John Cage - well worth a listen.

Rating  9 / 10


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