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You Decide

Label: Tesar Music
Released: 2008
Track listing: The Scale Song; Minor Mood; Have Some More; You Decide; The Vision; Everyone But Me; Nobody's At Nobody's; Someone Else's Spell; Minas; Helium.

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The Rave Tesar Trio: You Decide

Read "You Decide" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Jazz is music of inherent high quality. Like sex and pizza, even the worst one experiences is still pretty good. This is why the jazz audience has such a high tolerance for trio recordings. The vast majority are very good, while not being great. This trio tachyphylaxis makes it difficult for the erstwhile trio leader to ...

You Decide

Label: Tesar Music
Released: 2007
Track listing: The Scale Song; Minor Mood; Have Some More; You Decide; The Vision; Everyone But Me; Nobody's at Nobody's; Someone Else's Spell; Minas; Helium.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Rave Tesar Trio: You Decide

Read "You Decide" reviewed by Walter Kolosky

New York pianist and composer Rave Tesar has been on the scene since the early 1980s. His strong playing, highlighted by his inventive improvisational skills, has made him an in-demand session player for years. His acoustic trio for this straight-ahead recording is rounded out with Kermit Driscoll (Bill Frisell, Buddy Rich, Patti Austin) on bass and ...


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