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Mark Sherman - The Motive Series (2004)

15-04-2014, 14:06
Music | Jazz

Mark Sherman - The Motive Series (2004)

Artist: Mark Sherman
Title Of Album: The Motive Series
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Consolidated Artists Productions
Genre: Jazz
Quality: MP3
Bitrate: VBR, ~220 kbps
Total Time: 01:08:02 min
Total Size: 110 mb
Website: allmusic

Mark Sherman is one of many talented players in New York who hasn't had a lot of opportunities to record as a leader, though it is not for a lock of chops on his instrument. The vibraphonist leads his quintet through a powerful post-bop session, sticking mostly to originals, but also offering a driving take of "Nature Boy" which swings like mad, along with a dreamy interpretation of another chestnut, "Old Folks." Tenor saxophonist Michael Brecker guests on two tracks, including the very tense "Motive #10 Judiacan," which is dedicated to the late pianist Kenny Kirkland; along with "Motive #11 Always Reaching," a soft and lovely ballad. The rhythm section is a good one, with pianist Allen Farnham, bassist Phil Palombi, and drummer Tim Horner. All in all, a very enjoyable CD.

Mark Sherman - The Motive Series (2004)
1 Nature Boy 08:29
2 Motive #10 (for Kenny Kirkland) 07:07
3 Motive #1 05:57
4 Motive #11 Always Reaching 07:59
5 Motive #7 Alla Sandra 06:44
6 Motive #3 That Moment 06:03
7 Motive #4 Venture Within 06:59
8 Motive #9 Soothing Dream 05:46
9 Old Folks 05:41
10 Motive #8 Altered 07:15

Mark Sherman vibraphone
Allen Farnham piano
Phil Palombi bass
Tim Horner drums
Michael Brecker tenor sax

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