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The Hudson Project

Label: Concord Music Group
Released: 2000
Track listing: Runferyerlife; Labor Day; Little Swing; Cats + Kittens; The Well; Bass Desires; That

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John Abercrombie, Peter Erskine, Bob Mintzer, John Patitucci: The Hudson Project

Read "The Hudson Project" reviewed by Jim Santella

Recorded live at The Manhattan Center in New York on October 17, 1998 and produced by Rob Walls & Paul Siegel for Hudson Music, Ltd., under exclusive license to Stretch Records, Inc., this innovative quartet comes together with a wallop. Each of the foursome is an experienced leader, and each artist meets the criteria of Chick ...

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Abercrombie/Erskine/Mintzer/Patitucci: The Hudson Project

Read "The Hudson Project" reviewed by Ed Kopp

In 1998, the D’Addario Company hired four respected jazz veterans -- Bob Mintzer (tenor sax), John Abercrombie (electric guitar), John Patitucci (acoustic and electric basses) and Peter Erskine (drums) -- to conduct a series of concerts/clinics together. The four adopted the group name the Hudson Project, and their final engagement was recorded and is now available ...

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Abercrombie/Erskine/Mintzer/Patitucci: The Hudson Project

Read "The Hudson Project" reviewed by David Adler

This quartet performed during a series of clinics sponsored by the D’Addario company, culminating in a show at New York’s Manhattan Center in late 1998. The group’s members — John Abercrombie, Peter Erskine, Bob Mintzer, and John Patitucci —need no introduction to contemporary jazz fans. Each brings a pair of interesting tunes to the table, but ...


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