All About Jazz

Home » Search Center » Results: In Good Company

Results for "In Good Company"

Advanced search options

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Jake Fryer – Bud Shank: In Good Company

Read "In Good Company" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Il particolare sorprendente, quasi agghiacciante, che contraddistingue questo album è la data d'incisione: 1° aprile 2009 (a San Diego), vale a dire esattamente il giorno prima della scomparsa di Bud Shank. Il quale meritava con tutta probabilità miglior epitaffio di questa pur dignitosissima blowin' session col giovane collega inglese Jake Fryer, di fatto responsabile reale del ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Jake Fryer / Bud Shank Quintet: In Good Company

Read "In Good Company" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

One of the apparent pitfalls that a young artist such as Jake Fryer finds himself in danger of, while making an album with star such as Bud Shank--especially when playing the same instrument, namely the alto saxophone--is that freedom of expression often gives way to reverence. The younger player might feel obligated to diminish him/herself, so ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Jake Fryer / Bud Shank Quintet: In Good Company

Read "In Good Company" reviewed by Edward Blanco

On April 2, 2009 the world lost another giant of jazz when alto saxophonist great Bud Shank died peacefully in his Tucson, Arizona home. But the master chose not to pass away with a whimper but, rather, with a bang, blowing his last notes the day before at Studio West in San Diego. Shank was one ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Jake Fryer / Bud Shank: In Good Company

Read "In Good Company" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Young British composer/alto saxophonist Jake Fryer joins forces with veteran bopper Bud Shank and his favorite West Coast rhythm section, to form the Jake Fryer / Bud Shank Quintet for In Good Company. It's a lively and engaging album, a mix of standards and Fryer originals that brings the two alto saxophonists together for a recording ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Jake Fryer / Bud Shank Quartet: In Good Company

Read "In Good Company" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

Jake Fryer second recording, In Good Company, finds the British alto saxophonist recording in San Diego with fellow altoist Bud Shank and his rhythm section. Fryer's previous release, On Our Terms (Nuts About Jazz, 2008), was the live debut of the London Bebop Collective; Fryer also leads the Jake Fryer Quartet and is part of the ...


ENGAGE!

Enter our contest giveaways

Contest Giveaways

Enter our contests with a single button click and win a chance at albums or concert tickets.

Contest Guidelines

Reader's Poll: It's your festival. Who do you book?

Fantasy Festival Poll

It's your festival, you're in charge of booking and you have an unlimited budget. Share your lineup.

More Polls

Super search project underway

Publisher's Desk

Stay current on website improvements, new features, handy tips, and more.

MORE POSTS | YEAR IN REVIEW

Shop for Music

Start your music shopping from All About Jazz and you'll support us in the process. Learn how.