sábado, 25 de julio de 2009

2007 - Kenny Werner - Lawn chair society

Kenny Werner es un pianista nacido en Brooklin (NY) el año 1951, es un icono del modernismo y ha participado a lo largo de su carrera con musicos de renombre internacional como Joe Lovano, Eddie Gomez, Joe Henderson, Ton Harell y Randy Brecker en distintas agrupaciones. Esta vez le da paso a una nueva camada partidaria de la experimentacion y del desarrollo de solos contundentes, variadas formas metricas y sonoridades que apuntan a los nuevos tiempos de la musica.
Un disco imperdible para melomanos.
1.: Lo's Garden
2.: New Amsterdam
3.: 13th Day
4.: Burble Burble Splerk
5.: Uncovered Heart
6.: Inaugural Balls
7.: West Coast Variant
8.: Lawn Chairs (And Other Foreign Policy)
9.: Loss
10.: Kothbiro
Kenny Werner: piano
Dave Douglas: trumpet and cornet
Chris Potter: tenor sax and bass clarinet
Scott Colley: bass
Brian Blade: drums
Enjoy & Relax!
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3 comentarios:

Scoredaddy dijo...

Posted today on Brilliant Corners, A Boston Jazz Blog about the ongoings at Call It Anything blog and it's "owner", "Rab Hines":

And another word in the "Hines" matter: If you read the comments in "Hines's" disgusting goodbye/ Let's bash Bruno L. comment section, it's easy to recognize that most posters have nothing against Bruno -- they just applaud their "Fuehrer" who supplied them with so many records for free. Most comments vs. Leicht are probably written by "Hines" himself.

Others, like those by a certain "Simon Hunt", are sad proof of a low IQ organism with opportunistic behaviour: Hunt would still suck up to "Hines" if he would directly witness him spamming the net with Bruno-is-a-pedophile-Nazi-pervert-racist bullshit – Hunt being simply a born claqueur, and unable to see that his great blogger "friend" Hines (of course a friend without address, face, or voice) is among the lowest life forms on the internet.

Of course, "Hines" will not stop. He's an impotent weakling and, like he used to brag in countless comments on YouTube videos in Leicht's (and sometimes my) name, "proud of being a rat" -- so, stopping would make him feel his utter impotence just even more.

Cheers, Klaus

ricardo dijo...

compadrito...tremendo disco con tremenda formacion...

aun rayo la papa escuchandolo.
Es tan pelacable que cuando vuelve a partes con walking de bajo mas tradicional como que queda descontextualizado, pero de ahi arremete nuevamente...uf!!

mortal discazo...muy buen aporte.

Jazz from Italy dijo...

curious, as your psiconauta...

thanks a lot!