Gary Meek: Step 7By
And then, there’s “Harlem Nocturne.” What a delight! Meek adds an all-star Los Angeles brass section for that one, as he stretches out on alto with all the strength that that piece brings automatically. His expression bubbles over. The leader and his crew are equally at home prancing through a Charlie Parker be-bop session, waltzing the blues from a roadhouse stopover, or feeling the labor of love through beachfront, bossa nova convolutions. Highly recommended. This one will lift your spirits any day of the year.
1.Step 7 2.When Love Appears 3.Time
Gary Meek: soprano, alto and tenor saxophones, flute
Title: Step 7 | Year Released: 2002 | Record Label: A440 Music
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