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John Scofield Trio - EnRoute (2004)

1-01-2014, 22:24
Music | Jazz | FLAC / APE

John Scofield Trio - EnRoute (2004)

Artist: John Scofield Trio
Title Of Album: EnRoute
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Verve
Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop
Format: Flac/Cue/Log/Artwork
Quality: Lossless
Total Time: 73:29
Total Size: 484 MB (+3%)


1. Wee
2. Toogs
3. Name That Tune
4. Hammock Soliloquy
5. Bag
6. It Is Written
7. Alfie
8. Travel John
9. Over Big Top

personnel :

John Scofield : guitar
Steve Swallow : bass
Bill Stewart : drums

EN ROUTE captures guitarist John Scofield performing in a trio setting at the Blue Note in New York City. Given the group format and the venue, it's not surprising that EN ROUTE reveals the more jazz-oriented side of Scofield's aesthetic than the punchy funk workouts he turned out in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Scofield's energetic playing has rarely sounded better than in the illustrious company of bassist Steve Swallow and drummer Bill Stewart, however, and the result is a solid, complex, and thoroughly enjoyable study in dynamic group interplay.
The program consists mostly of tunes written by Scofield, with Swallow's frantic, bop-styled "Name That Tune" and a lush cover of Burt Bacharach/Hal David's "Alfie" thrown in for good measure. Stewart's quick-wristed drumming style, which sometimes makes him sound like several percussionists at once, creates a dense, polyrhythmic backdrop to Swallow's furious, agile lines and Scofield's fleet-fingered leads. There are touches of soul-jazz ("Wee"), bluesy swing ("Bag"), and laid-back funk ("Over Big Top"), but the true order of the day is dense, nervous post-bop. The synthesis of modes and the extraordinary chemistry of the trio make this one of Scofield's most satisfying straightforward-jazz efforts.

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