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Think Like The Waves

Label: Songlines Recordings
Released: 2007
Track listing: 01. Yellow Spot into the Sun; 02. Different Places; 03. Platform; 04. Renunciation; 05. Morning Moon; 06. Ginger Root; 07. 100 Years; 08. Distant; 09. Combustion; 10. Think Like the Waves; 11. Cobble Hill; 12. Albert the Monk; 13. String Quartet #6; 14. Strathcona Tutte le composizioni sono di Gordon Grdina

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Gordon Grdina - Gary Peacock - Paul Motian: Think Like The Waves

Read "Think Like The Waves" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Allievo di Gary Peacock, Gordon Grdina è un musicista che segue con pari interesse il jazz e le musiche di origine orientale. Non a caso, il nostro affianca alla chitarra l'oud, ovvero il liuto della tradizione araba. E se il suo stile chitarristico, ricco di raffinatezze armoniche e qualche sinuosa spigolosità nell'incedere, ha evidenti richiami a ...

Think Like The Waves

Label: Songlines Recordings
Released: 2006
Track listing: Yellow Spot Into The Sun; Different Places; Platform; Renunciation; Morning Moon; Ginger Root; 100 Years; Distant; Combustion; Think Like The Waves; Cobble Hill; Albert The Monk; String Quartet #6; Strathcona.

Think Like the Waves

Label: Songlines Recordings
Released: 2006
Track listing: Yellow Spot into the Sun; Different Places; Platform; Renunciation; Morning Moon; Ginger Root; 100 Years; Distant; Combustion; Think Like the Waves; Cobble Hill; Albert the Monk; String Quartet #6; Strathcona.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Gordon Grdina / Gary Peacock / Paul Motian: Think Like the Waves

Read "Think Like the Waves" reviewed by Jeff Dayton-Johnson

Vancouver electric guitarist Gordon Grdina's tone is clean and low-treble; this creates a kind of dreamy effect, like Jim Hall's sound on his classic duet with Bill Evans, Undercurrent (Blue Note, 1962). And speaking of Evans, Grdina scores an impressive coup by recording this trio album in the company of two Evans alumni, bassist Gary Peacock ...

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Gordon Grdina / Gary Peacock / Paul Motian: Think Like The Waves

Read "Think Like The Waves" reviewed by Nic Jones

We should always be grateful for music that's greater than the sum of its parts, and here's a case in point: a guitar trio that covers a whole lot of ground in celebrating the timeless virtues of subtle, intuitive interplay--and celebrates the eternal joy of conclusively making its point without raising its collective voice. Of the ...

Think Like the Waves

Label: Songlines
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