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Daniel Freedman - Daniel Freedman Trio (2002)

29-03-2014, 16:37
Music | Jazz

Daniel Freedman - Daniel Freedman Trio (2002)

Artist: Daniel Freedman
Title Of Album: Daniel Freedman Trio
Year Of Release: 2002
Label: Fresh Sound New Talent
Genre: Jazz
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: VBR, ~210 kbps
Total Time: 01:02:54 min
Total Size: 97 mb
Website: allmusic

Drummer Daniel Freedman teams with two musical comrades, pianist Jason Lindner and bassist Omer Avital, and makes a strong debut as a leader. Aside from the traditional Moroccan piece "Alach Ya Ghazali" and their gospel-tinged reading of the classic Joe Cocker vehicle "You Are So Beautiful," all the tunes are originals, with Freedman penning five and Lindner and Avital each contributing two. Alto sax whiz Myron Walden sits in on the rubato "Night Poem," while flutist Josh Levitt and percussionist Tomer Tzur add color to the Moroccan track. Otherwise, it's stripped-down trio interplay all the way. Highlights include the truly weird harmonic structure of Lindner's "Montuno Picasso," the waltz/funk hybrid beast that is Freedman's "Rise Up," and the two melodic Avital gems that close the record, "Cypresses" and "Yes." The montuno piece, in particular, exemplifies the advanced take on Latin music shared by these players.

Daniel Freedman - Daniel Freedman Trio (2002)
1. Fareed 6:38
2. Rise Up 6:04
3. Open Hearts 5:39
4. Freak of Nature 7:14
5. Night Poem 4:41
6. Alach Ya Ghazali 6:24
7. You Are So Beautiful 5:34
8. Montuno Picasso 4:56
9. Cypresses 6:50
10. Yes 8:54

Daniel Freedman (drums)
Jason Lindner (piano)
Omer Avital (bass)
Myron Walden (alto sax)
Josh Levitt (flute)
Tomer Tzur (percussion)

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