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  • Robert Bonneau wrote on July 11, 2008 report

    No doubt the sax player was Jaleel Shaw not Jalal. And who were "the pianist" and "the bass player"? Oh, and Chick Corea has a "k".

  • Unknown Member wrote on July 11, 2008 report

    Tried to find their names on the web. May need to contact his agent. They were very good. Great sound.

  • Robert Bonneau wrote on July 11, 2008 report

    When I saw Haynes in '05 John Sullivan was on bass and Martin Bejerano on piano. I'm very high on Bejerano, which is actually the reason I checked out your review, but I know that Haynes has off and on used at least one other pianist, Robert Rodriguez, since then. However, a listing on the internet showed the Haynes/Shaw/Bejerano/Sullivan quartet at the Reno Jazz Festival in April of this year, so I'm guessing that's who you saw. I loved the whole quartet when I saw them, but it was Bejerano who really blew me away.

  • Unknown Member wrote on July 11, 2008 report

    I agree. Martin Bejerano is fantastic. He was indeed the pianist. The bassist was David Wong. They need to be recorded!

  • Robert Bonneau wrote on July 12, 2008 report

    Bejerano has a trio album called Evolution/Revolution on Reservoir Records and it is indeed fantastic. See very positive reviews on Allmusic and in Jazz Times. For what it's worth, you can also see my short review of it on Amazon. I don't know about Wong.