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(Avant-Garde / Post-Bop) String Trio of New York - Gut Reaction - 2003, FLAC (image+.cue), lossless

String Trio of New York - Gut Reaction

Жанр: Avant-Garde / Post-Bop
Год выпуска диска: 2003
Производитель диска: OmniTone 12202; USA
Аудио кодек: FLAC
Тип рипа: image+.cue
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 1:02:36
Rob Thomas: violin
James Emery: guitar
John Lindberg: bass
1. Upstart (James Emery)
Nature, Time, Patience: Nature (John Lindberg)
2. Nature
3. Time
4. Patience
5. Ode (James Emery)
In So Many Worlds (Dave Douglas)
6. Ecstatic
7. Mournful
8. In Praise
9. Offspring (James Emery)
Recorded live on 22-24 May 2001 at The Jazz Standard, New York
AAJ Review
Given their reputation for great live performances throughout their 25-year history, it's hard to believe that the String Trio of New York's 14th album is their first live release, but it's true. Gut Reaction is also the recording debut of the trio's newest member, violinist Rob Thomas, who joined stalwarts guitarist James Emery and bassist John Lindberg. Culled from three nights at the Jazz Standard, the trio proves that despite the lack of percussion, it's not just "chamber jazz" or "neo-classical" music - it swings with intensity.
The CD is built around two three-part suites, one composed by Lindberg, the other by trumpeter Dave Douglas. Lindberg's "Nature, Time, Patience" is a thematic piece that opens around a bowed-bass groove and quick, unison melody punctuations. It builds to faster tempo walking bass lines, which Thomas and Emery weave themselves around. But it is Lindberg - as it is in so many pieces - who holds the material together, giving it shape and rhythm. Douglas's "In So Many Worlds," written for pianist Jaki Byard, highlights his compositional nods to classical music, exploring wide dynamic range and strong, lyrical melodies. Comparing the trio's version and Douglas' own recorded version reveals how the trio extends the improvised sections to allow more solos, while still holding the song's form.
The remainder of the CD consists of three Emery originals. "Upstart," the opener, is a clever romp featuring Emery's clean picking style and a blurring solo incorporating fast strumming and clean single note runs. Conversely, "Ode" is a quiet ballad that shows the trio's more restrained, melodic side. The fast-paced "Offspring" closes the disc and showcases Thomas' fiery violin.
Gut Reaction is testimony to the String Trio of New York's repute for great live performances, which shows no signs of slowing down. ~ Sean Patrick Fitzell, AAJ
AMG Review
One of the longest running ensembles in modern jazz, the String Trio of New York has been in the biz for over 25 years. This release marks violinist Rob Thomas' first recording with the band. Captured live at New York City's Jazz Standard venue, this production features jazz trumpeter Dave Douglas' multi-part piece dedicated to the late pianist Jaki Byard, titled "In So Many Worlds." Otherwise, acoustic guitarist James Emery and double bassist John Lindberg share the remaining compositional credits. This group just about does it all. The trio swings hard sans a drummer, while also integrating odd tunings and avant free-form dialogues into this undeniably divergent track mix. Best of all, the group's improvisational abilities loom rather large here. Thomas' soaring gestures often complement Emery's ringing harmonics and Lindberg's fat-toned lines. Essentially, the musicians interrogate a variegated musical plane, awash with sudden deviations from the norm, intermixed with chamber-like qualities and cyclical passages. There are some sanguine moments amid the artists' complexly woven soundscapes and suspenseful modes of execution, as the players' synergy and wide-ranging scope of musicality stand as their trademarks. Hence, another superb effort by this time-honored outfit. ~ Glenn Astarita, AMG
EAC Report
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