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(Contemporary, Straight-Ahead Jazz, Post-Bop) Grant Geissman (feat. Tom Scott, Russell Ferrante, Alex Acuna, Larry Carlton a.o.) - Bop! Bang! Boom! - 2012, WEB, FLAC (tracks), lossless

(Contemporary, Straight-Ahead Jazz, Post-Bop) Grant Geissman (feat. Tom Scott, Russell Ferrante, Alex Acuna, Larry Carlton a.o.) - Bop! Bang! Boom! - 2012, WEB, FLAC (tracks), lossless
Grant Geissman
Bop! Bang! Boom!
Жанр: Contemporary, Straight-Ahead Jazz, Post-Bop
Год издания: 2012
Издатель (лейбл): Futurism Records
Аудиокодек: FLAC (*.flac)
Тип рипа: tracks
Битрейт аудио: lossless
Продолжительность: 65:47
Источник (релизер): WEB
Наличие сканов в содержимом раздачи: нет
1. Boom!
2. The Singularity
3. Q Tip (for Quincy Jones)
4. Un Poco Español
5. Go To The Window
6. Good Morning, Mr. Phelps
7. $25 Stella
8. Texas Shuffle
9. Samba En Menor
10. Guitarism (for Ron Purcell)
11. Take Yer Time
12. Off The Grid
Лог проверки качества
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Summary 99,92% CDDA
Об альбоме
Much like the quirky cover art, this release has it all! An incredibly eclectic follow up to Say That! and Cool Man Cool, Geissman's music transcends genre and the self limiting labels that often plague artists their entire career. When you speak of career then Geissman's musical resume is a mirror image of the diversity found on this killer release.
Geissman co-wrote the Emmy nominated theme for Two and a Half Men and Mike & Molly. As a first call studio guitarist, Geissman has bent a string or two for such luminaries as Quincy Jones, Burt Bacharach and is of course the now classic guitar solo on the Chuck Magione hit "Feels So Good." Now that those of you playing at home are perhaps a little more up to speed lets talk about:
Bop! Bang! Boom!
Not the stereotypical solo jazz recording some may expect and something tells me Geissman likes it that way as a few friends dropped by to help out in the studio. While pulling from a myriad of influences the end result is something similar to a jazz gumbo where one can find more flavor and texture and even a little spice with each spoonful. Helping out are Tom Scott, Larry Carlton, Albert Lee, Russell Ferrante and Van Dyke Parks and together they help Geissman pull from some of his heroes including Eric Clapton, Wes Montgomery and Kenny Burrell.
"Boom" opens this delightful set of tunes with a harmonic edge that brings out a cool Thelonious Monk like vibe from saxophonist Brian Scanlon with the edge coming from a more blues infused Geissman tone. A perfect marriage of opposites fusing their harmonic vision on the same musical page. "Singularity" is a blast from the past steeped in the tradition of a Kenny Burrell like riff but done as more of a harmonic exploratory by Geissman. "Q-Tip" is guaranteed to make your musical back leg shake provided flash fried funk with a boogaloo organ shuffle tossed in for flavor is what you dig. Tom Scott slays a soulful tenor solo while Geissman goes even deeper into that harmonic gig bag of his. Geissman turns in some beautiful nylon string work on "Samba En Menor" and "Un Poco Espanol" but the six string pyrotechnics are taken to another level with "Texas Shuffle." Albert Lee and Larry Carlton join Geissman in a three way jam session that will melt your speakers. There are surprises galore on this release and not a single missed step along the way.
Very few typical jazz releases could be considered one of the years best across multiple genres - this is one!
An absolute must! (criticaljazz.com)
Grant Geissman - guitar (acoustic, classical, electric), sitar, percussion
Brian Scanlon - saxophone
Emilio Palame - piano
Ray Brinker - drums
Kevin Axt - acoustic bass
Trey Henry - acoustic bass
Leland Sklar - electric bass
Alex Acuna - percussion
Brian Kilgore - percussion
Tom Rainer - piano
Doug Lacey - accordian
Greg Mathieson - hammond B-3
Jim Cox - hammond B-3
Mike Finnigan - hammond B-3
Russell Ferrante - Fender Rhodes (4, 6)
Tom Scott - sax (alto, tenor) (3, 12)
Albert Lee - guitar (8)
Larry Carlton - guitar (8)
and more
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