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Identity

Label: Alfamusic
Released: 2014

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Identity

Label: Addo Records
Released: 2012

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Identity

Label: MAXJAZZ
Released: 2005
Track listing: Re-Invention; Eddie's Story; Seek; Suspicion; Eye of the Beholder; Celestial; Angular; Haiku; Scorpio; Dusk.

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Jeremy Pelt: Identity

Read "Identity" reviewed by Tom Greenland


Jeremy Pelt is a man in search of himself and a sonic identity that will enshrine him in the pantheon of trumpet greats. For the young lions and lionesses of jazz, this is a daunting task, given the hordes of spirits-of-jam-sessions-past that haunt the hallowed halls of jazzdom. Certainly Pelt is a contender: his tone and ...

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Jeremy Pelt: Identity

Read "Identity" reviewed by John Kelman


Still on the shy side of thirty, trumpeter Jeremy Pelt has already established quite a name for himself, building an impressive body of work collaborating with artists including Ralph Peterson, the Mingus Big Band, and Wayne Shorter. Winner of the Downbeat Critics Poll for Rising Star on trumpet two years running, as well as the Jazz ...

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Jeremy Pelt: Identity

Read "Identity" reviewed by John Dworkin


Most of the best composers, like Ellington and Shorter, have also been great players. The two processes are mutually reinforcing. Jeremy Pelt's Identity shows him to be on this two-fold path. It's all original material performed with Frank LoCrasto on keyboards, Vicente Archer on bass, and Eric McPherson on drums--all on a par of excellence with ...

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Jeremy Pelt: Identity

Read "Identity" reviewed by Jim Santella


A prolific composer, Jeremy Pelt wrote all the pieces for Identity, his fourth album as a leader. His bright trumpet tone and mellow flugelhorn ambience give the session a highly lyrical quality. The quartet drives with a straight-ahead jazz sensibility that emphasizes spirit over technique. That's not to imply Pelt's anything but a superb ...

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Identity

Label: Leo Records
Released: 2000


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