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Gary Peacock / Marc Copland: Insight

Read "Insight" reviewed by Martin Gladu

Chiefly known as pianist Keith Jarrett's choice bassist, Gary Peacock has nevertheless continually invested himself in a myriad of projects not involving his once marathoning employer. One such endeavor is this duet recording with pianist Marc Copland. Taped during his stint with Copland's New York Trio in May 2005 and October 2007, Insight captures the moodier, ...

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Gary Peacock / Marc Copland: Insight

Read "Insight" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

At this point, pianist Marc Copland (born 1948) and bassist Gary Peacock (born 1939) have achieved high priest status in the jazz world. Peacock's quarter-plus century run in Keith Jarrett's Standards Trio is legendary and ongoing, aside from his numerous other outings as a sideman, and a handful of sets in the leader's seat. Copland is ...

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Gary Peacock / Marc Copland: Insight

Read "Insight" reviewed by John Kelman

Gary Peacock and pianist Marc Copland have been working together for nearly 20 years, though most often in a trio setting. Peacock was Copland's bassist of choice on two of his New York Trio Recordings trilogy sets— Modhina (2006) and Voices (2007), both on the German Pirouet label. But for a pianist who mines dark, impressionistic ...


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