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Sai Ghose

Sai Ghose has studied with many great players including Jerry Bergonzi and Larry Goldings. He has four recordings with his jazz trio/quartet on Summit Records, the fourth being released in March 2006. His first three recordings have received strong reviews in publications like JazzTimes, Allaboutjazz.com, and others, as well as getting national radio play

New Blood

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: New Blood; Cinq-ro-mesh; Just Before Six AM; Six AM; Talkin

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sai Ghose: New Blood

Read "New Blood" reviewed by Jim Santella

Jazz's modern mainstream needs new blood in the form of emerging artists, innovative ideas, and creative new compositions. Pianist Sai Ghose comes up with a welcome plan on New Blood, bringing several new pieces to interpret with his quartet. They're tight. Everything seems to click as the four artists turn loose a spate of creative fire ...

E-Motion

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Little Monster, The Hope, Black Orpheus, Only to Depart, A Clearer Future, E-Motion, Round and Square, Until Then

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sai Ghose Trio: E-Motion

Read "E-Motion" reviewed by Dr. Judith Schlesinger

When I reviewed Sai Ghose's previous Summit release, Fingers and Toes, I said it had “vibrant energy" with “strong, catchy melodies." The same things apply to this new one, E-motion, which is also full of singable, lingering tunes that practically beg for lyrics. Always a strong composer, Ghose has matured--on E-Motion his intriguing mood and tempo ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sai Ghose Trio: E-Motion

Read "E-Motion" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

E-Motion opens with a tune entitled “Little Monster," and the sound does seem to harbor a bit of monstrous malevolence: a hard swing, a robust and brash tenor sax in front of the trio, a punchy dark-toned melody.The Sai Ghose Trio adds saxophonist Sean Berry to the mix on four of these eight tunes, ...

India Looking West

Label: Summit Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: Staccato; HMG Blues; India Looking West; In a Sentimental Mood; Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise; There is No Greater Love; Beautiful Love; Three or Four; Close Your Eyes; Night and Day; Time to Come.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Sai Ghose Trio: India Looking West

Read "India Looking West" reviewed by Jim Santella

A piano trio is at the very heart of jazz performance. Sai Ghose and his partners improvise individual solos on nearly every track and work together as one cohesive unit. The pianist has a lively approach and loves to drive his melodies without being forceful. Half of the program is original material, which Ghose has chosen ...


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