Square Peg, Round Hole by Woodrow Wilkins
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Square Peg, Round Hole
The horn player has chosen his playing cohorts for this session well. Pianist Joe LoCascio has several albums out under his own name and appears as a sideman on four albums of that hard bop saxman, Tony Campise. The remaining two members of the quartet, David Craig on bass and Tim Solook on drums, act as perfect rhythmic foils to Witt's hard driving sound. Solook, especially, manages to make his important contributions to the melodic contrivances of Witt, without being overbearing. Witt and group go a long, long way on this album demonstrating that modern creative jazz need not be so distant as to lose contact with the listeners. This album is for the intelligent jazz fan. It may, and should, be obtained through Witt's web site at www.woodywitt.com.
Track Listing: A Child's Dance; Who Cares?; Homage; Through the Fog; My Idea of Fun; Wood; You Know I Care; Trance.
Personnel: Woody Witt - Tenor & Soprano Sax; Joe LoCascio - Piano; David Craig - Bass; Tim Solook - Drums
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