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Anthony Wilson: Goat Hill Junket

Read "Goat Hill Junket" reviewed by Paula Edelstein

Goat Hill Junket recalls Anthony Wilson to the forefront of his nonet playing five new originals and three arrangements with memorable melodies and great ensemble textures. Wilson and his ensemble swing with the dynamics of older styles of jazz on songs that create their own melodic world. His resonant guitar leads on an innovative arrangement of ...

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Goat Hill Junket: Anthony Wilson

Read "Anthony Wilson" reviewed by Ed Kopp

It's easy to grasp why Anthony Wilson's harmonically rich arrangements have so many hard-ass jazz critics heaping praise. This is an elegant and ambitious album that invites comparisons to Wynton Marsalis’s best work.

Anthony Wilson is the 30-year-old son of L.A. bandleader and composer Gerald Wilson. A guitarist who plays his Gibson with boppish proficiency, ...

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Anthony Wilson: Goat Hill Junket

Read "Goat Hill Junket" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Guitarist Anthony Wilson, whose debut was nominated last year for a Grammy Award, has neatly sidestepped the sophomore jinx on his latest release for the MAMA Foundation thanks to his creative writing and steadfast support from his New York-based sidemen. This one's in a somewhat funkier groove than Wilson's earlier effort with pianist Mike LeDonne playing ...