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Continuing our visit to the '90s with Bob Berg, Adam Holzman and Tom Coster

Read "Continuing our visit to the '90s with Bob Berg, Adam Holzman and Tom Coster" reviewed by Len Davis

Continuing with our visit to the '90s with the late Bob Berg, Adam Holzman, Steps Ahead, Gary Willis and the late Allan Holdsworth.Playlist Bob Berg “Silverado" from Back Roads (Denon) 00:00 Adam Holzman “Iron Curtain" from The Big Picture (Escapade) 05:49 Bill Evans “Whisky Talk" from Starfish and the Moon (Escapade) 11:30 Steps Ahead “Vibe" from Vibe (NYC) 17:16 Vital Information “Listen Up" from Where we Come From (Intuition) 22:54 Tom Coster “Dennis The Menace" from From The ...


Album Review

Bob Berg: Remembering Bob Berg

Read "Remembering Bob Berg" reviewed by John Kelman

When saxophonist Bob Berg was tragically killed in December, 2002 at the age of 51, he'd just recorded two projects that would demonstrate just how passionate and far-reaching a contemporary post bop player he was. On one hand, trumpeter Eddie Henderson's So What (Eighty-Eights, 2003) was built on the kind of atmospheric and open-ended approach of Miles Davis' mid-1960s quintet with Wayne Shorter--a seminal influence on Berg. On the other hand, on vibraphonist Joe Locke's 4 Walls of Freedom (Sirocco ...


Album Review

Bob Berg, Randy Brecker, Dennis Chambers, Joey DeFrancesco: The JazzTimes

Read "The JazzTimes" reviewed by Jim Santella

When a tune has a catchy sound to it, the melody lingers on. Paul Bollenback, Randy Brecker, Joey DeFrancesco and Bob Berg each contribute memorable compositions to this album; compositions that catch your ear and leave you happy to hear them again. Berg placed his tune “Friday Night at the Cadillac Club" on two previous albums as well as on Dizzy Gillespie’s 1992 Rhythmstick album. The piece works. Like Brecker’s “The Ada Strut" and Eddie Harris’ “Freedom Jazz Dance," Berg’s ...


Album Review

Bob Berg: Another Standard

Read "Another Standard" reviewed by Robert Spencer

“In order for a tune to become a standard," says Karen Bennett in her liner notes, “it has to have enough appeal and substance to keep both musician and listener engaged on many levels for many years." Late Miles alumnus Bob Berg's Another Standard asserts that status for a lineup of familiar but not front-line tunes: “You and the Night and the Music," “Summer Wind," the Beatles' almost unrecognizable “Michelle," “Just in Time," “My Man's Gone Now" from Porgy and ...


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