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Jeff Johnson - Near Earth (2004)

15-01-2014, 10:34
Music | Jazz

Jeff Johnson - Near Earth (2004)

Artist: Jeff Johnson
Title Of Album: Near Earth
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Origin Records
Genre: Jazz, Modern Jazz
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: VBR, ~225-253 kbps
Time: 48:23 min
Total Size: 83 mb
Website: allmusic

Jeff Johnson - Near Earth (2004)
1 Three Rivers
2 Dream
3 Zen
4 Train of Thought
5 Traditional Abstract
6 Good Life
7 Quickening
8 Gaia
9 Dances
10 Earthset

Jeff Johnson double bass
Hans Teuber tenor saxophone
Tad Britton drums

Among the things coming recently from Seattle's Origin label is some top-notch improvisational jazz, much of it from a small collection of local musicians banding together from time to time for sessions that magically form into a coherent whole. On Near Earth, three of these musicians do what they do best Сѓ make such music. Saxophonist Hans Teuber, bassist Jeff Johnson, and drummer Tad Britton play a few original Johnson numbers and a couple of classics along the way, but the focus is firmly in an improvised set. The trio simply starts out in mild chaos: different meters, different tempos, different keys. Somewhere along the way, they spontaneously meet at a compromise and carry on with something entirely different, but something that works. While they don't start out on the same page, they do start out with the same mindset and end up at the same destination. It's not quite in the stereotypical free jazz sound, but it uses the free jazz method. It's not quite in the traditional styles, but it uses their songs and motives. The album sits comfortably between pigeonholes and gives the listener something refreshing. -Adam Greenberg, All Music Guide

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