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Colter Frazier Quartet

Label: pfMentum
Released: 2009
Track listing: Lloyd's Prayer; Hopes of Reunification; Where000; 4 Days and 5 Months; August Ballad; Late Again; Flight School for Sparrow; Unknown Strain II; Lunch with Osby; Lonely Friday; 1-22- 07; Focus.

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Colter Frazier Quartet: Colter Frazier Quartet

Read "Colter Frazier Quartet" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

La combinazione sax-violino (o viola) nel front-end di un quartetto jazzistico non è una novità assoluta ma è comunque originale. Allo stesso tempo, l'approccio fortemente sperimentale che il saxofonista leader del progetto, l'americano Colter Frazier, ha deciso di utilizzare, rende questo lavoro decisamente interessante nel mondo della musica da camera per piccoli gruppi che tiene un ...

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Colter Frazier Quartet: Colter Frazier Quartet

Read "Colter Frazier Quartet" reviewed by Troy Collins

Tucked away in Santa Barbara, California, tenor saxophonist Colter Frazier has been quietly creating a striking blend of new music that draws inspiration from myriad sources. The self-titled debut of Frazier's working quartet features Nick Coventry (viola, violin), Miles Jay (bass) and longstanding musical duet partner, Rob Wallace (drums) on an intriguing set of originals that ...


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