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Kind Folk - Marc Copland, John Abercrombie, Kenny Wheeler - Thats For Sure (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Kind Folk - Marc Copland, John Abercrombie, Kenny Wheeler - Thats For Sure (CD, Album)

  1. Gujas
    That's a shame, b/c 'That's for Sure' is a great little album. Any album w/ Abercrombie and Wheeler is a must have, as is Marc Copland's "Second Look" w/ Abercrombie. So, this mixture of the three together should be a 'can't miss' prospect. The album meets that high expectation/5(5).
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  2. Majas
    The John Abercrombie Quartet's Cat 'n' Mouse, issued in , showcased a band that was on the verge of something that approached greatness. Abercrombie, violinist Mark Feldman, drummer Joey Baron, and bassist Marc Johnson gelled together inside the framework of the guitarist's increasingly open-ended compositions and became a unit that could articulate the most subtle of sonorities and.
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  3. Arashigul
    Kenneth Vincent John Wheeler, OC (14 January – 18 September ) was a Canadian composer and trumpet and flugelhorn player, based in the U.K. from the s onwards.. Most of his performances were rooted in jazz, but he was also active in free improvisation and occasionally contributed to rock music recordings. Wheeler wrote over one hundred compositions and was a skilled arranger for.
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  4. Zulkizragore
    Apr 25,  · Marc Copland/John Abercrombie/Kenny Wheeler: That’s for Sure Updated April 25, – By Doug Ramsey The title track typifies the stealth nature of That’s for Sure. It begins with Abercrombie’s guitar out of tempo in a mood of easy E-minor reflection.
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  5. Virn
    Speak to Me isn't Marc Copland's first recording with guitarist John Abercrombie; that dates back to Second Look (Savoy, ). Copland regrouped that quartet and, after 's Another Place, became Contact with the addition of saxophonist Dave Liebman, also documented on 's Five on One.
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  6. Yozshujind
    Abercrombie, as always, has a gentle, wistful guitar sound, but the real star of the album is Marc Feldman's violin. His playing is lyrical and emotive. Feldman may also be known to experimental jazz fans for his playing with John Zorn's Masada quartet and he has also appeared with Michael Brecker.
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  7. Faelkis
    That’s For Sure. John Abercrombie (g) Marc Copland (p) Kenny Wheeler (tp) When we met / That’s for sure / Kind folk / Soundtrack / Played straight / Dark territory / How deep is the ocean / n / Neba. (Callenge ) Hilversum, Olanda, Ottobre Can’t Mouse. Mark Feldman (viol) John Abercrombie (g) Marc Johnson (b) Joey.
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  8. Grorn
    And that's because the band (Marc Copland-electric alto sax/tenor sax, John Abercrombie-6 and 12 string guitars, Clint Houston-fretted bass/acoustic bass, and Jeff Williams-drums) contributed mightily to a sound that fits in with John McLaughlin's "Devotion" and "Extrapolation" albums as far as both the sound of the band and as soloists as far /5(3).
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