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Past Present & Futures ~ Chick Corea
Past Present & Futures ~ Chick Corea
5.0 out of 5 stars inventive and engaging, June 7 2002
This has quickly become one of my favorite jazz records. Latin-flavored rhythms are always shifting and changing, demanding your attention. The performances are superb. This is really a showcase for Avishai Cohen, even more so than his own solo albums.
The three form one cohesive unit, it seems as though they are reading each others' minds - the interplay and development of musical ideas happens among the three of them as though every note were written down ahead of time, but it always sounds spontaneous.
This album grabbed my attention from the very beginning and didn't let go until the bitter end. I enjoyed every minute of it.
V2 Superbass ~ Ray Brown
V2 Superbass ~ Ray Brown
5.0 out of 5 stars Wicked Awesome Fun, May 17 2002
If you are a lover of the double bass, jazz or othewise, there are not many CDs you will find that are more fun than this one. It must have been a hoot to be in the audience at these shows - they invite audience participation and the audience is only too happy to oblige.
Tracks such as Get Happy, Papa Was a Rolling Stone, and Taco and a Pork Chop are more fun than bass players should be allowed to have. Summertime, My Funny Valentine, and I Loves You, Porgy show that these guys are no musical lightweights. Beautiful playing throughout. Arrangements are very good.
Turn on your subwoofer, crank up the volume, sit back, and get ready to annoy the neighbors. You will find… Read more
12 Cti Grossi Op6 ~ Arcangelo Corelli
12 Cti Grossi Op6 ~ Arcangelo Corelli
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Lovely performances, April 22 2002
Lovely, energetic, committed performances of these works. Consistent high quality playing throughout. Everything is refined and polished to the nth degree. A great example of orchestral playing in the baroque style. Recording quality leaves nothing to be desired - absolutely clear and transparent.