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Pete McCann: Most Folks

Read "Most Folks" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Dopo una cinquantina di incisioni da sideman con musicisti di tutti i tipi può anche risultare difficile costruirsi una propria precisa immagine o sentire l'esigenza di scrivere composizioni che abbiano un'identità riferibile ad uno stile ben definito. È quello che succede a Pete McCann, chitarrista molto eclettico che su Most Folks passa con disinvoltura dalla fusion alla chitarra acustica: sa di ...

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Pete McCann: Most Folks

Read "Most Folks" reviewed by Tom Greenland

Along with a prestigious career as a flexibly eclectic sideman, guitarist Pete McCann has released his third effort as a leader, Most Folks, an impressive outing showcasing his considerable chops and tuneful craftsmanship, backed by Mark Ferber (drums), John Herbert (bass), Mike Holober (piano) and John O'Gallagher (alto and tenor saxophones). The recording boasts compelling original ...

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Pete McCann: Most Folks

Read "Most Folks" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

Guitarist Pete McCann's third album, Most Folks, continues his his varied approach to the instrument. After two exciting albums for Palmetto Records, McCann has moved over to the Brooklyn-based OmniTone label, known for cutting-edge jazz. On his previous albums, McCann showed his influences in Bill Frisell and John Scofield and played in number of formats, including ...

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Pete McCann: Most Folks

Read "Most Folks" reviewed by Jeff Dayton-Johnson

Pete McCann is a versatile guitarist with a daunting list of sideman credits: Kenny Wheeler, Maria Schneider, Dave Liebman, Kenny Garrett and many others. Most Folks is his third date as leader. As an artistic statement, it's organized around the notion of sketches, portraits and tributes to “folks" whose lives have intersected with McCann's.

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Pete McCann: Most Folks

Read "Most Folks" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Pete McCann confesses to a love of music from several different streams which influenced him as he was growing. The guitarist opens up a few of those influences on Most Folks with a skill which reveals him to be not only a good listener, but also a writer with the ability to build a striking composition ...

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Pete McCann: Most Folks

Read "Most Folks" reviewed by Troy Collins

Pete McCann, a ridiculously versatile guitarist, takes his varied interests to extremes on this Omnitone debut. McCann's third album as a leader is his most diverse collection of songs yet. He explains his stylistically unbound aesthetic this way: “I like music; I like all different types of jazz.... I love it all. I don't like to ...