sábado, 3 de outubro de 2009

1995 - Kenny Garrett - Trilogy

Kenny Garrett is among the most passionate and skillful of the younger generation of alto saxophonists, and he makes particularly effective use of the trio format with just bass and drum accompaniment, developing great harmonic freedom and tense rhythmic dialogues with drummer Brian Blade. There are shades of older giants like Sonny Stitt, Jackie McLean, and even Ornette Coleman in his approach, but Garrett brings his own intensity and ideas to this 1995 recording, whether he's playing his taut originals, a tune as familiar as "In Your Own Sweet Way," or a neglected ballad like "A Time for Love." Something of a Coltrane specialist (his CD Pursuance is devoted to Coltrane compositions), Garrett manages to sound more than credible even on "Giant Steps," among the most daunting of Coltrane's tunes. --Stuart Broomer


1. Delfeayo's Dilemma ~ Kenny Garrett
2. Night And Day ~ Kenny Garrett
3. Giant Steps ~ Kenny Garrett
4. Time For Love, A ~ Kenny Garrett
5. Wayne's Thang ~ Kenny Garrett
6. Pressing The Issue ~ Kenny Garrett
7. Koranne Said ~ Kenny Garrett
8. Oriental Towaway Zone ~ Kenny Garrett
9. In Your Own Sweet Way ~ Kenny Garrett
10. What Is This Thing Called Love? ~ Kenny Garrett


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