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Joe Beck & John Abercrombie: Coincidence

Read "Coincidence" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki

This duet album is a guitarist's dream. Both Joe Beck and John Abercrombie have unquestionable individual virtuosity plus experience in this format through previous tandem performances with Larry Coryell, John Scofield, Ralph Towner and similar luminaries. Together, they explore pillars from the traditional and more exploratory jazz canons including Mercer Ellington's “Things Ain't What They Used ...

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Joe Beck & John Abercrombie: Coincidence

Read "Coincidence" reviewed by John Kelman

His ECM albums may be more overtly modern and left-of-center but, based on a 2004 AAJ interview, when John Abercrombie is at home practicing, it's usually in the context of jazz standards. For those who feel such well-trodden material has little left to offer in the way of either challenge or modern interpretation, the guitarist's duet ...