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A contemporary Russian piano trio – presented here in a package that's as beautiful as the music! The group have a warm glow right from the very first start – a mixture of lyricism and rhythm that almost recalls Cedar Walton at his late best – or maybe some of those great trio ... CD
Symbiosis Trio is a nice name for this cool combo – as sometimes the piano's in the lead, sometimes the bass, and sometimes the drums – a really careful balance of musicianship that makes the whole thing sparkle right from the start! Our favorite corner of the group's triangle is ... CD
If you've ever wondered why the world needs so many Bill Evans recordings, then we've got a record to show you why – a sublime batch of live material recorded in Buenos Aries during the 70s, and one of those Evans dates that somehow seems extra-special – even amidst all of Bill's other ... CD
A brilliant pairing from the 50s hardbop years at Prestige – the tight trombone of Bennie Green, and the sweet trumpet of Art Farmer – both captured here at an early point when they had plenty of edge! The match is a great one – given the trumpet-like phrasing that often made ... CD
A stone classic from the great Bennie Green – working here at a sharp 50s level that easily makes him one of the most hard-edged players in jazz at the time! Bennie's rooted in bop, but has plenty of deeper soulful elements too – a groove that others would expand more in the soul jazz ... CD
Quite possibly the most "all star" session ever cut by pianist Elmo Hope – and one of his few dates to feature horns as well! The album's one of a few cut for Prestige by the modern piano giant – and it's done in an open-ended, long song format that was very much in keeping ... CD