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Play

Label: Palmetto Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Beginning; The Spins; Lucent; Waiting In Santander; Jimmy G; Play; Regeneration; Little Big Man; Beginning 2.

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Frank Kimbrough: Play

Read "Play" reviewed by Matthew Miller

More than the presence of Paul Motian on this, Frank Kimbrough's seventh album as a leader, harkens to the legacy of Bill Evans. The pianists share an unparalleled grace of touch and musicality that subtly penetrate the ear, dancing with the innate, ineffable rhythmic sense that makes repeated listening a pleasure. And like Evans, Kimbrough creates ...

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Frank Kimbrough: Play

Read "Play" reviewed by Jim Santella

With this program of modern mainstream originals, pianist Frank Kimbrough embarks on a journey that emphasizes layers of lush harmony and ethereal impressions. While meter plays an important role on Play, Kimbrough's trio finds that it can express just as well with or without this tool; the pianist's swirling keyboard attacks ebb and flow dynamically.

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Frank Kimbrough: Play

Read "Play" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

A founding member of the Jazz Composers Collective and a first-call session pianist, Frank Kimbrough's musical output as leader is widely recognized for its persuasiveness. These are powerful sentiments, especially in the digital age, where performers (in all genres) crop up faster than weeds in the garden. But Kimbrough's work as a jazz artist pays homage ...

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Frank Kimbrough: Play

Read "Play" reviewed by Chris May

Recorded with no rehearsal and just five hours of studio time, Play is something of a departure for post bop-to-free pianist Frank Kimbrough. Unlike almost all of his previous albums, it's a fly by the seat of your pants affair with essentially a pickup group, albeit one of the highest calibre. The pastel, vivacious and lyrical ...

Play

Label: 482 Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: Play; Le Marais; Open Conversation; Insomnie; Ballet; Ink; La Danse de Grand-Mie; Unloaded

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Fran: Play

Read "Play" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza

If technique and imagination are the spirit of improvisation, then the François Carrier Trio has a brimful. Here are three musicians whose travelogue would make the most jaded witness sit up and take notice, attention and marvel at the way they scope the terrain and then mark it with their personal landmarks. What they construct is ...

Play

Label: 482 Music
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. Play; 2. Le Marais; 3. Open Conversation; 4. Insomnie; 5. Ballet; 6. Ink; 7. La Danse de Grand-Mie; 8. Unloaded.


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