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Music Appreciation

Label: Single Malt Recordings
Released: 2014
Track listing: Disc 1: Intro; The Missing Part; Papuera; Institutional Samba; Nostalgia in Times Square; Clean & Clear; The Moose Is Loose!
Disc 2: Divers; Solution; Molar Melancholia; Day of Honor; Equinox; Deluge; Firecracker; Outro.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Chris Greene Quartet: Music Appreciation

Read "Music Appreciation" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian

Saxophonist Chris Greene has a unique approach to jazz that, although well within the mainstream, is elegantly innovative. He colors his creative ideas and motifs with bluesy hues, endows them with an urbane sense of swing and enriches them with solid, improvisational rigor. His complex pieces flow with a deceptive simplicity yet make for a rewarding ...

A Group Effort

Label: Single Malt Recordings
Released: 2012
Track listing: Introduction by William Kurk; Bride of Mr. Congeniality; Shore Up; Future Emperor of Evanston; Stat; Three & Six; Blue Bossa.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Chris Greene Quartet: A Group Effort

Read "A Group Effort" reviewed by Edward Blanco

In October, 2011, Chicago saxophonist Chris Greene's quartet stepped up to the stage--The Mayne Stage, to be exact, the entertainment and dining venue located in Chicago's Rogers Park--to perform a live set of sizzling post-bop ultimately captured for its first in-concert CD, A Group Effort. With an introduction from pianist/musical director William Kurk, the show kicks ...

Merge

Label: Single Malt Recordings
Released: 2010
Track listing: Good Riddance; You'll Thank Me Later; M. Tati; L.F.E.I. (Let's Get it Started); Coffee 'n' Scotch; Lotus Blossom; Out of Nowhere; In Confidence; Borderline.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Chris Greene Quartet: Merge

Read "Merge" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Chicago-native Chris Greene keeps stylistic company with Wayne Escoffery, AJ Kluth, and Ricky Sweum, in that he plays a saxophone with sharp edges when necessary and smooth ones when called upon. His previous recordings, On The Verge (as Chris Greene's New Perspective, Self Produced, 2002) and Soul and Science, Volume 1 (as the Chris Green Quartet, ...

Merge

Label: Single Malt Recordings
Released: 2009
Track listing: Good Riddance; You'll Thank Me Later; M. Tati; L.F.E.I. (Let's Get it Started); Coffee 'n' Scotch; Lotus Blossom; Out of Nowhere; In Confidence; Borderline.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Chris Greene Quartet: Merge

Read "Merge" reviewed by Bridget A. Arnwine

The Chris Greene Quartet is willing to try anything once. No matter the genre of music, put it in this group's capable hands and bear witness to music taking on a whole new style and feel. On the group's third recording, Merge, saxophonist Chris Greene leads his quartet of four years all over the musical spectrum. ...

Soul and Science 2: Electric Boogaloo

Label: Single Malt Recordings
Released: 2008
Track listing: Amalgasantos; Bernie's Tune; Adamantium (Part III); Boogie 2.0; You Win Again (testifyin'); The Oracle; Boogie (reprise); Intro; Take Care of Yourself.


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