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Don't Fight the Inevitable

Label: Mythology Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Civilization on Trial; Don't Fight the Inevitable; Soundscape; Magic Chemical (For the Future); Charlie in the Parker; Trouble and Activity; Gone But Not Forgotten; Avaricious World.


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John Escreet: Don't Fight The Inevitable

Read "Don't Fight The Inevitable" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

British pianist John Escreet is a prodigiously talented young musician with a growing reputation as a player and composer. Don't Fight The Inevitable--his second solo album, following 2008's acclaimed Consequences (Posi-Tone Records)--finds Escreet in the company of top-flight New York players, creating some intense and complex music. The quintet is almost identical to ...


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John Escreet: Don't Fight The Inevitable

Read "Don't Fight The Inevitable" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Highbrow compositions and intuitive musicianship work hand-in-hand with stellar results on pianist John Escreet's Don't Fight The Inevitable. Escreet's band of like-minded modernists, including saxophonist David Binney and trumpeter Ambrose Akinmusire, had the opportunity to work through this music on the bandstand during a European tour, an experience that helped them to delve deeply into these ...


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John Escreet: Don't Fight the Inevitable

Read "Don't Fight the Inevitable" reviewed by John Kelman

Since moving to New York in 2006, pianist John Escreet has positioned himself as one of the scene's most significant up-and-comers. In addition to performances with artists including Chris Potter and Seamus Blake, he's a member The Story, which released its self-titled debut independently in 2009. Escreet also gigs with David Binney, appearing on Aliso (Criss ...


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