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Bob Brookmeyer - Bob Brookmeyer & Kenny Wheeler Quintet Island flac album

Bob Brookmeyer - Bob Brookmeyer & Kenny Wheeler Quintet Island flac album
  • Performer: Bob Brookmeyer
  • Title: Bob Brookmeyer & Kenny Wheeler Quintet Island
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Style: Cool,Post-Bop,West Coast Jazz
  • Recording date: September 27, 2002 - September 29, 2002
  • Recording location: MIx One Studios, Boston, MA
  • Date of release: 2003
  • MP3 size: 1670 mb
  • FLAC size 1429 mb
  • Formats AIFF VOX WAV DXD MP1 AA
  • Duration: 55:47

Here, valve trombone master Bob Brookmeyer and trumpet legend Kenny Wheeler project warmth and nuance atop a traditional drums/bass/piano based quintet setting as Wheeler's relatively infamous, yearning lines and climactically constructed lyricism remain consistent throughout. The duo alternates soloing activities while also coalescing for softly stated choruses during these predominately medium-tempo jazz works. On this release, pianist Frank Carlberg provides complementary melodies amid the rhythm section's buoyantly constructed undercurrents

Island is a studio album by Canadian musician Kenny Wheeler and trombonist Bob Brookmeyer, recorded in 2002 and released on Artist House Records in 2003. Make no mistake; aesthetically this is 'beautiful' and deeply moving music.

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Brookmeyer and Wheeler join voices and justifiably show off their tones. Carlberg plays off the time to push the momentum, then it drops back to Brookmeyer and Allen with Hollenbeck whispering on cymbals. By the time Wheeler gets to drive the engine’s warmed up and he delights in sharp turns. Beginning slow and spacious, Wheeler’s 114 coalesces with soulful interplay between the horns. The rhythm section sets it on simmer while Wheeler takes a thrill ride solo. Brookmeyer’s Island boasts an exotic melody first stated by Wheeler. The sparse rhythm section leaves Wheeler and Brookmeyer room to trade lines and solo. The band lays out as Carlberg plays a dramatic interlude. Hollenbeck’s cymbals recreate wave song. Strange One works a Hollenbecks’s bowed bass and repetitive figure from Carlberg against Wheeler’s flight of inspiration.

DVD includes mp3s, documentary, artist interviews, transcriptions; and both a 24bit/96k stereo mix, and a Dolby Surround . mix of the entire album.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Before the First Time Kenny Wheeler Bob Brookmeyer 7:56
2 114 Kenny Wheeler Bob Brookmeyer 7:29
3 Where Do We Go from Here? Kenny Wheeler Bob Brookmeyer 7:46
4 Song for Kenny Bob Brookmeyer Bob Brookmeyer 9:44
5 Upstairs With Beatrice Bob Brookmeyer Bob Brookmeyer 7:23
6 Island Bob Brookmeyer Bob Brookmeyer 9:47
7 Strange One Kenny Wheeler Bob Brookmeyer 5:42

Credits:

Jeremy Allen - Bass
Bob Brookmeyer - Composer, Primary Artist, Trombone (Valve)
Frank Carlberg - Piano
John Hollenbeck - Drums
James Mageras - Mastering
Ted Paduck - Engineer
John Snyder - Producer
Brian Warwick - Assistant
Kenny Wheeler - Composer, Flugelhorn, Trumpet
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