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Jeremy Bacon

Jeremy Bacon is an extremely creative and dynamic jazz pianist, fusing the raw volcanic energy of Don Pullen (one of his first important teachers) with the more introspective style of Fred Hersch(one of his last). Jeremy has also studied intensive classical technique with Sophia Rosoff of the Abby Whiteside Foundation, and Edna Golandski of the Taubman institute. He has played all over the world with his own group and as a sideman with others, including Charles Fambrough, Frank Lacy, Jeff "Tain" Watts, Jeff Ballard, Mike Mossman, Ugonna Okegwo, Pat Martino, Ralph Bowen, Joe Ford, Billy Hart and Warren March, just to name a few

Travels

Label: Bad Gorilla Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Koan; The Philosopher's Stone; The Owl; Low Speak (Speak Low); Time's Flow; From Mountain To Valley And Back Again; Redbud; Bamboo; The Crane.

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Big Train: Travels

Read "Travels" reviewed by John Patten

Big Train, a quartet composed of pianist Jeremy Bacon, drummer Jeff Ballard, saxophonist Justin Flynn and bassist Ugonna Okegwo, showcase nine original compositions on Travels, with songwriting duties split between Bacon and Flynn.This third recording shows Big Train to be full of flexibility, tackling complex rhythms while still swinging strongly throughout. Flynn ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Big Train: Travels

Read "Travels" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

The title of the record may seem innocuous, even a tad trite (journeys across musical landscapes and that kind of stuff)... But then by the sound of it Big Train is more than a couple of journeymen. This is a duo that is rattling against convention. Pianist, Jeremy Bacon and tenor and soprano saxophonist Justin Flynn ...


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