Results for "Welcome Home"
Label: Cristal Records
Track listing: 01 – Krefeld Mon Amour * 4’40 02 – Magnus Effect ** 5’40 03 – Electric Lament * 3’46 04 – Concerto For Sharks ** 6’16 05 – Cashmere Weekend * 6’05 06 – Goldi Boldi * 4’06 07 – Flat Tire At Durban Market ** 4’58 08 – My Favorite Regret ** 6’34 09 – He Saved The Girl (Once Again) ** 3’47 10 – Cousin Howard ** 5’35
By Matt Savage
Label: Savage Records
Track listing: Our Town; On the Farm; Picturesque; Seasons Change; Night Falls; Big Apple Suite (Big Apple Blues / The Night Goes On / The City Sleeps / The City Is Alive / Finale); Inner Search; Welcome Home (Boston); You Are Here.
by Jack Bowers
Pianist Matt Savage, a child prodigy if ever there was one, recorded his first album as leader of the Matt Savage Trio (with adult rhythm section) when he was nine years old (he'd recorded for the first time at age seven while studying at the New England Conservatory in Boston). In 2004, when he was twelve, ...
by Mark F. Turner
In a galaxy of jazz stars, some members shine a little brighter than others do, even if they're not as recognizable. Pianist and composer Jean-Michel Pilc and his trio will be hard pressed not to go unnoticed here in the States with his latest stellar recording Welcome Home. Born in Paris in 1960 and a resident ...
by Mark Corroto
Attention DJ Diapers and baby-mixmasters, the original artists to utilize sampling in music were jazz musicians. Saxophonist Charlie Parker could quote any line from popular music within the context of any solo he was inventing. Pianist Jean-Michel Pilc picks up this tradition, and plays music with an intensely modern and hip technique. Welcome Home is his ...
by Robert Spencer
The Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey is a funky jazz group featuring trumpeter Kyle Wright, trombonist Matt Leland, Rhodes man Brian Haas, bassist Reed Mathis, drummer Sean Layton, guitarist Dove McHargue, and percussionist Matthew Edwards. Of these eight originals, Wright wrote three, Leland one, Layton one, and Haas one. Plus there's one by the mysterious Jacob Fred ...
by Glenn Astarita
A septet which adhere to your basic jazz-funk 1970’s style hipness, the Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey recorded seven of these tracks “live” in Tulsa, Oklahoma while two tracks were recorded in the studio. Welcome Home is all about grooves as in the opener, “Seven Inch Six”. On this piece bassist Reed Mathis and drummer Sean Layton ...