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Seth Weaver has rapidly established a reputation as one of the most exciting new jazz names on the NYC jazz scene. Whether though his brilliant improvised trombone solos, rich baritone vocals, original compositions, or his dedicated teaching, his passion for music and unique talent shines through. Seth’s latest project is a big band album titled “Truth,” slated for release in March 2020, and will be showcased at Birdland in an April 2020 concert. Weaver has performed at Dizzy’s, Carnegie Hall, Kennedy Center, and Bass Performance Hall, to name a few, and has performed in Amsterdam and Dublin
by Jack Bowers
Truth, the debut album by New York-based trombonist / vocalist Seth Weaver, has its ups and downs, most of which involve the leader himself. The ups" enter the picture thanks to Weaver's five far-better-than-average compositions, the downs" whenever he chooses to sing, as he does on three of eight numbers. Luckily, the pluses far outweigh the ...
by Geno Thackara
A title such as The Truth may seem like some kind of commentary or bold statement in what's strangely referred to as the post-truth era, though Maciej Tubis and his cohorts thankfully don't bring any such weighty baggage to their first studio date (following two live releases with slightly different lineups). In the end, you need ...
By Robben Ford
Label: Concord Music Group
Track listing: Lateral Climb; How Deep In The Blues (Do You Want To Go); Nobody's Fault But Mine; Riley B.King; You're Gonna Need A Friend; One Man's Ceiling Is Another Man's Floor; Too Much; Peace On My Mind; There'll Never Be Another You; River Of Soul; Moonchild Blues.
by AAJ Italy Staff
La corsa di Robben Ford continua apparentemente sotto il segno della verità (‘Truth’), una parola che nel mondo del blues acquista significati ancora più profondi, andando a toccare le corde più nascoste dell’anima. In realtà la confezione un po’ patinata dei brani dei suoi ultimi album, lascia pensare che il fine ultimo del chitarrista e dei ...
by Martin Gladu
If the truth of the pudding is indeed in the eating, then Robben Ford's own Truth leaves one somewhat unsatiated. Coincidently, Ford's releases for Concord have gotten a rather lukewarm reception from critics and longtime fans enamored with his jazzy blues romp, while the general public--and consequently, PDs and radio executives--take delight in the slicker soul/R&B ...