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Paul Serrato & Co.: Excursions

Read "Excursions" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

All the music on Paul Serrato's latest excursion is original, except for the Miles Davis tune “Nardis." While the pianist brings in Latin and Brazilian rhythms to add flavour, he navigates mainly in the mainstream and brings along a tidy band to help him along. They get off to a fine start as “Transversal" lights a ...

Origami

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Released: 2004
Track listing: Groove Move, Corona Carlos, Solar, Origami, Who Are You?, Open 24 Hours, I'm Starting All Over.

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Paul Serrato & Co.: Origami

Read "Origami" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

I like the sense of purpose and accomplishment of this effort by pianist/composer Paul Serrato and his group on seven compositions, all original except for Miles Davis' “Solar." Serrato is a midwesterner transplanted to the New York music scene and has developed an effective sound in which the Latin percussion of Henry Morales on conga and ...

More Than Red

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Released: 2002
Track listing: 1. Sweet and Sour 4:32 2. Flats Broke (8:41) 3. Skin Tight (6:17) 4. Blues Schmooze (9:40) 5. Brownout Blues (3:42) 6. More Than Red (8:59) 7. Blues for a Graffiti Artist (4:19) 8. Visions (11:17) 9. Love Matters (10:05)

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Paul Serrato & Co.: More Than Red

Read "More Than Red" reviewed by Paul West

There’s something special about the newest album of the accomplished jazz pianist Paul Serrato, More Than Red. Maybe it’s his polished balancing of playful energy and smooth capability when humming out varied, flavorful tunes. Or perhaps it’s his daring in producing a sound that frequently achieves a feel that’s distinctive and personal. Maybe it’s both of ...


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