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Slow Play

Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2019
Track listing: The Last Time This Happened; Max's Mission; 'Mon Back; Blindsight; Slow Play; Sentience; The Return of Catboy; One for Armando.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ben Markley Quartet: Slow Play

Read "Slow Play" reviewed by Jack Bowers

The jacket cover on this splendid new studio recording from OA2 Records reads “Ben Markley Quartet Featuring Joel Frahm," and for good reason: the New York City-based saxophonist lends considerable improvisational weight to Slow Play, which would be a far different animal without him. That's not to say that pianist Markley, bassist Marty Kenney and drummer ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ben Markley: Slow Play

Read "Slow Play" reviewed by Paul Rauch

Pianist/composer Ben Markley has shown deft touch in hand picking projects that express the broad range of his relationship with the music. Since 2017 he has produced a rousing big band tribute to Cedar Walton, and a slick quartet record with saxophonist Greg Osby. Clockwise: The Music of Cedar Walton (OA2, 2017) featured Markley's insightful arrangements ...

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Ben Markley Quartet Featuring Joel Frahm - Hot New Release September 16th - Slow Play!

Ben Markley Quartet Featuring Joel Frahm - Hot New Release September 16th - Slow Play!

Ben Markley Quartet featuring Joel Frahm Slow Play: Release Date September 16th Label: OA2 Records Slow Play is a compilation of music I wrote with the band of Joel Frahm, Jim White, and Marty Kenney in mind. I've had a chance to work with Jim and Marty over the last 10 years ...


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