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Daniel Glass Trio - Something Colorful (2002)

2-04-2014, 19:41
Music | Jazz

Daniel Glass Trio - Something Colorful (2002)

Daniel's passion for and scholarly interest in drum history - he's written three books and numerous articles on the subject - is clearly reflected in the respect he pays to the tradition on this 2003 debut release. But neither is he a nostalgist. Indeed, the playing, the presentation, the interaction and the aggressiveness of 'Something Colorful' is thoroughly modern.
In addition to Daniel, the trio consists of the amazing Eldad Tarmu (Vibes) and Tim Emmons (Bass). Tarmu has several acclaimed solo releases and Emmons is a top-notch studio musician in the Los Angeles area. Drums-Vibes-Bass is an unusual arrangement, and the Trio explores the form fully. What's most striking is that the music feels like it was constructed like a three-legged table - each musician must contribute equally or the whole thing will wobble or fall over. Next most striking is the energy, carefully captured in the recording.
Among the album highlights, Bud Powell’s ‘Dance of the Infidels’ creates a stir that nearly matches the master’s. It sounds both dreamy and demonic. ‘Sparkler’ written by Glass is a graceful, reflective ballad that stirs the mind's eye. The most successful is Glass’ ‘On the Verge’ which has a penetrating, pulsating theme that is ear-catching and pleasing. It is by far the most memorable piece that verges on the ecstatic.

Artist: Daniel Glass Trio
Title Of Album: Something Colorful
Year Of Release: 2002
Label: Very Tall Music
Genre: Jazz, Contemporary Jazz / Modern
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: VBR, ~220kbps
Total Size: 103 mb

Daniel Glass Trio - Something Colorful (2002)
1 Lotus blossom
2 We Three
3 First Rain
4 Gregory Is Here
5 S.O.S.
6 Sparkler
7 Crippled Waltz
8 Dance of the Infidels
9 Don't Look Back
10 On The Verge

Daniel Glass drums
Eldad Tarmu vibes
Tim Emmons bass

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