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Stanton Davis - Manhattan Melody (1988)

25-07-2014, 11:44
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Stanton Davis - Manhattan Melody (1988)

Artist: Stanton Davis
Title Of Album: Manhattan Melody
Year Of Release: 1988
Label: Enja Records
Genre: Jazz, Post-Bop
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Time: 44:47
Total Size: 219 MB


01. Manhattan Melody (7:08)
02. Subway Blues (3:39)
03. Bleecker Street (4:09)
04. Jungle (3:52)
05. Thirtyfourth Street (4:01)
06. Sweet Basil (7:49)
07. The I Man (3:21)
08. Soho Dancer (4:50)
09. Gemini Rug (5:58)

Stanton Davis - trumpet, flugelhorn
Dave Mann - alto saxophone, soprano saxophone, flute
Mark Dresser - bass
Vinny Johnson - drums
Carl Stoermer - drum programming, electric percussion

Trumpeter Stanton Davis, who has a wide range and impressive technique, pays a tribute of sorts to New York City through seven of his compositions, a collaboration with Carl Stoermer and one song by the latter. Essentially a pianoless quartet date with atmospheric sounds from Stoermer's electronic percussion, the changing grooves, vamps and themes range in style from Lester Bowie (Davis played in his Brass Fantasy) to late-period Miles Davis and a touch of Freddie Hubbard. Stanton Davis has a fairly original and attractive sound along with a flexible style that allows him to sound somewhat accessible in the complex settings. Dave Mann gets to do some wailing on his reeds (alto, flute and best on soprano) while bassist Mark Dresser and drummer Vinny Johnson are alert and supportive of the lead voices. This is an intriguing disc that grows in interest with each listen.

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