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Radio & Podcasts

Richie Cole, Geri Allen & Vince Ector

Read "Richie Cole, Geri Allen & Vince Ector" reviewed by Joe Dimino


We kick off the 813th Episode of Neon Jazz with drummer Vince Ector leading his Organatomy Trio Plus with a cut from Llive at The Side Door. From there, we hear from his mentor in the late Ralph Peterson. We follow “Bemsha Swing" with music from Leo Sidran, Ben Miller, Jeb Patton and Ellie Martin. In between, we get classic cuts from Richie Cole, Maynard Ferguson and Geri Allen. Dig the jazz, my friends. Playlist Vince Ector and ...

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Live Review

The Vince Ector Group at Cecil's Jazz Club

Read "The Vince Ector Group at Cecil's Jazz Club" reviewed by David A. Orthmann


The Vince Ector Group Cecil's Jazz Club West Orange, NJ April 28, 2006

The opening set at Cecil's Jazz Club was the first time The Vince Ector Group worked together as a unit. Instead of the familiar language of a standard repertoire, Ector choose to perform mostly material from his two records as a leader, Rhythm Master (Blues Leaf Records), and Renewal of The Spirit (Mambo Maniacs Records). There was also nothing safe about ...

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Rhythm In Every Guise

Vince Ector's Renewal Of The Spirit

Read "Vince Ector's Renewal Of The Spirit" reviewed by David A. Orthmann


During the course of Renewal Of The Spirit (Mambo Maniacs Records), Vince Ector's second recording as a leader, he forges a coherent, highly individualistic style of drumming from a number of disparate elements. One of the pleasures of listening to Ector on the disc's eleven tracks is discovering all of the things he brings to the music while working inside of the parameters of conventional jazz, funk, and Latin rhythms. His diverse sticking patterns, changes in dynamics, and contrasting timbres ...

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Album Review

Vince Ector: Rhythm Master

Read "Rhythm Master" reviewed by David A. Orthmann


Energized by a core trio with bassist Dwayne Burno and pianist John di Martino, drummer Vince Ector's debut displays the loose, enjoyable feeling of a hard bop blowing session, yet the scope of the material and arrangements indicate a great deal of thought and preparation. Inventively utilizing a number of combinations of trombone, tenor and soprano saxophones, flute, trumpet, guitar, and percussion, the set includes American popular songs (eg. “I've Got The World On A String"), jazz standards (eg. “Short ...


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