Results for "Telepathy"
by Nicholas F. Mondello
Trumpet and piano duo albums are relatively rare. Louis Armstrong and Earl “Fatha" Hines' Weather Bird" (1928) was a groundbreaker, although a single. Oscar Peterson and Dizzy Gillespie (Pablo, 1974) and Clark Terry's One on One (Chesky Records, 1999), where CT played with fourteen different jazz pianists, come to mind. Telepathy, a horn-piano collaboration featuring trumpeter ...
By Ron Carter
Label: Concord Music Group
Disc One:Bag's Groove; All The Things You Are; Blue Monk; New Waltz; Down From Antigua; Summer Night; St. Thomas; Embraceable You; Laverne Walk; Baubles; Bangles And Beads. (Total Time: 58:44)
Disc Two:Introduction; Telephone; Indian Summer; Candlelight; Chorale And Dance; Alone Together; Stardust; Two's Blues. (Total Time: 43:39)
by C. Michael Bailey
Duo music as important as that of Haydn and Mozart. Telepathy is the union on compact disc of two Ron Carter/Jim Hall live collaborations. Live at the Village Gate (Concord 4245, 1984) comprises the first disc of this two-disc set, while Telephone (Concord 4270, 1985) comprises the second. Collectively, Telepathy offers a seamless look a to ...
by Rick Bruner
Drummer Bill Stewart has made a name for himself with John Scofield’s band on several excellent recordings including What We Do and Hand Jive,. He has also made great contributions to sessions with Joe Lovano, Marty Ehrlich and Maceo Parker. If it sounds to you like he has great range as a drummer, ...