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Wycliffe Gordon: Cone's Coup

Read "Cone's Coup" reviewed by George Kanzler

Back in June, Wycliffe Gordon was awarded the Jazz Journalist Association's Trombonist of the Year honors. Cone's Coup is a good showcase of the artistry that helped him win that award. Gordon's approach to the trombone is like Sonny Rollins' on the tenor sax: a complete mastery of techniques through the entire range, with attention paid ...

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Wycliffe Gordon: Cone's Coup

Read "Cone's Coup" reviewed by Alain Londes

Few musicians focus on the trombone at an early age and maintain a certain sense of individuality as they mature professionally. Wycliffe “Cone Gordon is one of those serious trombonists, having had his interest piqued at the age of twelve, following his brother. Examples of other contemporaries would include Slide Hampton, Robin Eubanks and Steve Turre. ...

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Wycliffe Gordon: Cone's Coup

Read "Cone's Coup" reviewed by C. Andrew Hovan

Of all the musicians who have come through Wynton Marsalis' various ensembles, trombonist Wycliffe Gordon is one of the few who has made the most of his experience while developing an individualistic voice. Although you can hear the history of the music from Dixie to avant garde in his approach, he's been able to successfully channel ...

Wycliffe Gordon: Cone's Coup

Read "Cone's Coup" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Trombonist Wycliffe Gordon warrants that the last be stated first: he is the most soulful and technically proficient trombone player composing, performing, and educating today. Period.

As Gordon closes in on twenty years as a performing jazz musician, he never ceases to challenge the listener with something new. Cone's Coup is a perfect case ...