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Rumors

Label: Palmetto Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Six; TMI; Hope; Rumors; Sure As We're Here; Forsythia; Over; For Andrew.

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Frank Kimbrough: Rumors

Read "Rumors" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Un piccolo capolavoro, nel segno della varietà. Ne è protagonista un trio superbo, finissimo dispensatore di ricercatezze armoniche saggiamente controbilanciate da inaspettate arditezze ritmiche. C'è tutto in questo disco: abilità compositiva, costante interazione esecutiva, potenza ritmica. È un lavoro camaleontico dalle mille cadenze, in cui l'abilità e la compattezza di un trio davvero fantastico sono illuminate ...

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Frank Kimbrough: Rumors

Read "Rumors" reviewed by Sean Patrick Fitzell


As a leader, pianist Frank Kimbrough's primary means of expression has been the trio format and a refined casualness permeates Rumors. Never harried, his ideas spill from the keys to be absorbed and distilled by bassist Masa Kamaguchi and drummer Jeff Hirshfield. The trio's affinity is manifest in the broad communication heard within the music.

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Frank Kimbrough: Rumors

Read "Rumors" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


Timing is everything, whether discussing music, sports or life in general, and this certainly proves to be the case with the recording of Rumors. In September of 2009, jazz photographer and occasional producer Jimmy Katz made a last minute offer to record pianist Frank Kimbrough in a setting of his choice. Kimbrough, having just played with ...


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