Results for "Convergence"
Greg Gisbert - Trumpet Fiery, honest, and maniacally talented, Greg Gisbert hit the national jazz scene at an early age and seems to have been on the road ever since. He ventured forth from his childhood home in Denver to attend Berklee, but soon found himself wandering around a tour bus dodging insults from Buddy Rich. He eventually settled in New York, and over the years has been an integral player with the Woody Herman Orchestra, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Horace Silver, Maynard Ferguson, Bobby Shew, Maria Schneider, John Fedchok, and the Smithsonian, Carnegie Hall , and Vanguard Big Bands. In addition to also recording with most of these groups, Greg also has three CD’s out as a leader on the Criss Cross label, with such notable sidemen as Billy Drummond, Chris Potter, and Gregory Hutchinson. Eric Gunnison - Piano Known as “the voice of reason” in Convergence, Eric plays with amazing passion and energy, and he is an accomplished writer and arranger
Label: Ozella Music
Track listing: Tracklist 01. Afa – Extended Intro (Mezza) Feat. Bel a cappella 1:06 02. Afa (Mezza) Feat. Bel a cappella 5:44 03. Seismi Dell’Anima (Mezza) 5:58 04. Nostalgia (Ginsburg) 5:06 05. Affezioni (Mezza) feat. bv, J. Campbell, J. Bradley 5:04 06. Big Sea (Ginsburg) feat. J. Bradley 4:41 07. Enantiosemia A Due (Mezza) 2:27 08. Melopea (Mezza) 2:59 09. For You (Ginsburg) 6:22 10. Mimesis (Mezza) 5:14 11. Common Purpose (Ginsburg) feat. Bel a cappella 4:28 12. Solipsismo A Strati (Mezza) 5:38 13. Paeninsula Tribale (Mezza) 4:20 14. Schizzi Di Senso (Mezza) 3:28
by Mark F. Turner
The paucity of jazz vibraphonists may be due in part to the complexity of mastering an instrument that's like a hybrid of drums, percussion and piano. Notwithstanding, one of the instrument's brightest stars is 36 year old jny: Baltimore native Warren Wolf, a rising virtuoso whose form and technical abilities continue the lineage of great vibe ...
By Allan Harris
Label: Love Productions Records
Track listing: My Foolish Heart; Days Of Wine And Roses; But Beautiful; Waltz For Debby; You Don't Know What Love Is; Young And Foolish; The Touch Of Your Lips; You Must Believe In Spring; Some Other Time; We'll Be Together Again.
by Dan Bilawsky
The eternal bond between piano and voice in jazz was cemented long before pianist Bill Evans and vocalist Tony Bennett ever took to the studio together, but they elevated this union of sounds to artistic heights ne'er before attained. Bennett and Evans erased the notions of vocals on top and pianist-as-mere-accompanist with The Tony Bennett/Bill Evans ...