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Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: 01. Prelude; 02. Stephanie; 03. Always Be Closing; 04. Frederic; 05. Teental Song; 06. Chakradar; 07. Interlude; 08. Florentino and Fermina; 09. What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up ?: 10. Timshel; 11. Dream; 12. Postlude. Tutte le composizioni sono di Dan Weiss.


Dan Weiss Trio: Timshel

Read "Timshel" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

Non saprei dire quanti piano-trio nella storia del jazz siano a nome del batterista ed eseguano esclusivamente (o principalmente) sue composizioni, ma suppongo si possano contare sulle dita di una mano. E' quindi con grande interesse e curiosità che ho inserito nel lettore Timshel del Dan Weiss Trio. Dan Weiss si è fatto conoscere, anche in ...


Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: Prelude; Stephanie; Always Be Closing; Frederic; Teental Song; Chakradar # 4; Interlude; Florentino and Fermina; What Do You Want To Be When You Grow Up?; Timshel; Dream; Postlude.


Dan Weiss: Timshel

Read "Timshel" reviewed by Raul d'Gama Rose

"Timshel," one of the most empowering words from Biblical times, has also become of late one of its most misunderstood, thanks to distortions in its translation from the Hebrew into languages of Greek and Latin roots. Artistically, it was the author John Steinbeck who, in his epic, semi-autobiographical and allegorical tale, East of Eden, set things ...


Dan Weiss Trio: Timshel

Read "Timshel" reviewed by John Kelman

First gaining recognition with Indo-Pakistani guitarist Rez Abbasi, Dan Weiss has enjoyed a successful last few years. In addition to working with guitarist Joel Harrison, and saxophonists Rudresh Mahanthappa and David Binney, the debut of his now five year-old piano trio, No Yes When (Tone of a Pitch, 2006), was as uncompromising as anything released that ...


Dan Weiss: Timshel

Read "Timshel" reviewed by David Adler

Drummer Dan Weiss made a promising trio debut in 2006 with Now Yes When, featuring pianist Jacob Sacks and bassist Thomas Morgan. Timshel, the follow-up, shows an impressive amount of growth for this lineup in the years since. The ideas are bolder, the dynamics more acute, the presentation more evolved. There are few if any pauses ...


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