My One and Only Love by Montreal Jazz Trio
From the album
About the Album
Montreal Jazz Trio’s self-titled recording is modern jazz piano trio playing at its finest. This exciting new album was recorded in November of 2020 at the storied recording studio Boutique de Son in Pointe Claire, Quebec, and is being released by the Montréal label ODD SOUND. The group features three of Montreal’s finest musicians: Steve Amirault on piano, Adrian Vedady on acoustic bass, and Jim Doxas on drums. This recording was self-produced by the trio and mixed by Doxas. This nine track record is a mix of memorable originals and deft arrangements of well known jazz standards. Amirault is the main contributor with four originals, including the contrafacts All Those Lovely Things (based on Jerome Kern’s All The Things You Are) and Nowhere (based on the famous standard Out Of Nowhere), both of which showcase his singular approach to harmony. Highlights include arrangements of the classics Takin’ a Chance on Love and Take the “A” Train, as well as Wray, Vedady’s swinging tribute to the late great Canadian jazz pianist Wray Downes. Amirault’s stirring composition Empathy serves as a call for peace during turbulent times. This music is fresh, swinging, creative, and innovative. Montréal Jazz Trio will be released worldwide on Friday, October 15th 2021 on ODD SOUND. The trio will be celebrating the release with a concert in Montréal at Dièse Onze on October 2nd.
All Those Things; My One And Only Love; Empathy; Take the 'A' Train; Takin' A Chance On Love; Nowhere; Wray; Soho Dreams; Answer Me My Love.
- Montreal Jazz Trio by Dan McClenaghan
October 21, 2021
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