Results for "Clarence Penn"
Clarence Penn is one of the busiest jazz drummers in the world, a leader of multiple bands, a composer, a prolific producer, and an educator. Since 1991, when he arrived in New York City, Penn has placed his unique blend of mega-chops, keen intellect, and heady musicianship at the service of a staggering array of A-list artists—a chronological short-list includes Ellis and Wynton Marsalis, Betty Carter, Stanley Clarke, Steps Ahead, Makoto Ozone, Michael Brecker, Dave Douglas, Maria Schneider, Luciana Souza, Richard Galliano, and Fourplay. Penn’s impressive discography includes several hundred studio albums (including the Grammy-winning recordings 34th and Lex by Randy Brecker and Concert in the Garden and Sky Blue by Maria Schneider) representing a 360-spectrum of jazz expression, and he’s toured extensively throughout the United States, the Americas, Europe, Japan, and Southeast Asia
by Neri Pollastri
Sa scegliersi i suoi partner il chitarrista e compositore siciliano Francesco Cataldo: dopo che nel suo primo disco Spaces (Alfa Music 2012) si era fatto affiancare dal conterraneo Salvatore Bonafede e dagli americani Erik Friedlander, David Binney, Scott Colley e Clarence Penn, e dopo aver suonato quel repertorio in un gruppo in cui compariva Kenny Werner, ...
Label: Blue Note Records
Track listing: Devil May Care; Angel Eyes; I Put A Spell On YOu; Pearls; Ex Factor; I Can't Make You Love Me; Gentle Rain; Solitude; The Nearness Of You; What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life; Killing Me Softly; Strange Fruit.
by Jerome Wilson
Every jazz pianist plays in their own individual style. These recent albums demonstrate the way seven particular players approach the instrument. Laurent Nicoud Outline QFTF 2020 This is a solo disc by a pianist whose background in classical music shows through the formal drama of his approach ...
by Mike Jurkovic
A small opus which rises from within, Intro," unassuming title and all, begins Be Water, a true wealth of music which pianist Christian Sands has designed to flow not only like the awe-inspiring, fear-inducing title element, but like mercy, freely and without boundary. And so it does. For next is Sonar," a romping festival ...