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ARTICLE: LIVE REVIEW

Gary Peacock Trio at the Regattabar Jazz Club

Read "Gary Peacock Trio at the Regattabar Jazz Club" reviewed by Nat Seelen

Gary Peacock Trio Regattabar Jazz Club Cambridge, MA November 10, 2017 Veterans' Day was an appropriate date for this show, which was indeed a concert of veterans. Gary Peacock served in the army in the 1950s, and the three musicians on stage that evening could count over 150 years combined on the bandstand, side ...

ARTICLE: YEAR IN REVIEW

Jim Worsley's Best Releases of 2017

Read "Jim Worsley's Best Releases of 2017" reviewed by Jim Worsley

As 2017 was another exceptional year in new music, choosing the recordings that rise above is a daunting task. It is also a lot of fun. Yes, such “drudgery" to listen to countless strong musical efforts from artists all over the world. The vast spectrum of seasoned pros, to new blood, and everything in between provided ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gary Peacock Trio: Tangents

Read "Tangents" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Considering his nearly sixty-five years of recording, Gary Peacock has been relatively selective in his choice of leader projects. His association with luminaries Albert Ayler, Paul Bley, Bill Evans and Keith Jarrett have put him in the company of jazz history makers. When Jarrett's Standards Trio, with Peacock and drummer Jack DeJohnette, disbanded in 2014 after ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gary Peacock Trio: Now This

Read "Now This" reviewed by Maurizio Zerbo

La pubblicazione di questo CD avviene in concomitanza con l'ottantesimo compleanno del contrabbassista statunitense. Non è quindi il caso di fare le pulci ad un CD che celebra la carriera artistica di un grande protagonista del jazz moderno. Le undici tracce rappresentano il lato lunare ed intimistico del leader, a scapito dei gloriosi trascorsi avanguardistici. In ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gary Peacock Trio: Now This

Read "Now This" reviewed by Mark Sullivan

On some level it must be daunting to play in a piano trio with bassist Gary Peacock. He's a longtime member of the Keith Jarrett Standards Trio (with drummer Jack DeJohnette), arguably the definitive contemporary piano trio. Before that, he worked with the great Bill Evans, and with iconoclast Paul Bley (often in the company of ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gary Peacock Trio: Now This

Read "Now This" reviewed by Karl Ackermann

Some of bassist Gary Peacock's earliest musical associations speak to a career that has been nurtured by unusually well-rounded experiences. Subbing for Ron Carter in gigs with Miles Davis, playing with the Bill Evans Trio and pianist Paul Bley and a stay with saxophonist Albert Ayler provided Peacock with foundations that ran the gamut from main-stream ...


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