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With this stripped-down lineup, it’s naturally a pure-bred jazz improv album, but such a focused and driven one that any open-eared listener can hear its eloquence. Tracklistings come from MusicBrainz. JazzTimes Newsletter America’s jazz resource, patutucci to your inbox. If you choose to use this review on your site please link back to this page.
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John Patitucci Trio Remembrance
Search Reviews by musician. Yemen Yugoslavia Zaire Zambia Zimbabwe. Play Ball John Patitucci. Meditations wanders into Pat Metheny territory, all washing and spumy, with an endless echo on the hi-bass; but one of the strongest tunes is Mali, with Lovano sounding like fellow saxophonist Jan Garbarek at his most rugged or, more oddly, like Pete Wareham from Acoustic Ladyland.
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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence. Jazz Near You Partners. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. The prevailing mood of this set is one of relaxation, even if there’s a constant background aura of quiet tension, a hint of highly-strung intensity.
Come and Get It! P atitucci is the pounding double-bass motor within Wayne Shorter’s brilliant quartet – and that band’s drummer, Brian Blade, joins him here in a tribute to the music of tenor saxists John Coltrane, Joe Oatitucci, Sonny Rollins and Michael Brecker, remembarnce Joe Lovano handling the awesome task of invoking the spirits of all four.