domingo, 28 de junio de 2009

Steve Kuhn Trio - Mostly Coltrane

MP3 320 Mbps / 150 Mb / Scans
A recording that pays tribute to a musician of towering importance – and for Steve Kuhn an album of powerful memories. For two months in 1960, Kuhn, then just 21 years old, was the pianist in John Coltrane’s quartet: an unforgettable experience for a young musician, to embark each night into jazz of such torrential emotional intensity. Half-a-century later, joined by a team of gifted collaborators playing at the top of their form, Kuhn rechannels the energies of the era in an album of astonishing invention and wild beauty. Kuhn and Joe Lovano improvise gloriously together, riding the surging waves of Joey Baron’s polyrhythms, in a programme of tunes written by or strongly associated with Coltrane. Tracks include “Welcome”, “Song of Praise”, “Central Park West”, “Spiritual” and more. Recorded December 2008 at New York’s Avatar Studio. (ECM Records)

Joe Lovano tenor saxophone, tarogato
Steve Kuhn piano

David Finck double-bass

Joey Baron drums

  1. Welcome
  2. Song of Praise
  3. Crescent
  4. I Want To Talk About You
  5. The Night Has A Thousand Eyes
  6. Living Space
  7. Central Park West
  8. Like Sonny
  9. With Gratitude
  10. Configuration
  11. Jimmy’s Mode
  12. Spiritual
  13. Trance
Recorded December 2008

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