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Seamus Blake & Chris Cheek Quintet - Reeds Ramble (2014) Lossless

7-02-2015, 10:54
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Seamus Blake & Chris Cheek Quintet - Reeds Ramble (2014) Lossless

Artist: Seamus Blake & Chris Cheek Quintet
Title Of Album: Reeds Ramble
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Criss Cross Jazz
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 62:30 min
Total Size: 383 MB
WebSite: amazon


01. Na Carreira (7:47)
02. 1974 Blues (7:02)
03. Holodeck Waltz (6:06)
04. Blue Moose (6:24)
05. De Dah (6:20)
06. 'til I Die (7:31)
07. I Surrender Dear (7:26)
08. All About Me (6:32)
09. Lady In Languor (6:41)

Seamus Blake (tenor saxophone),
Chris Cheek (tenor and soprano saxophone),
Ethan Iverson (piano),
Matt Penman (bass),
Jochen Rueckert (drums).

Fellow saxophonists Seamus Blake and Chris Cheek have thrived as leaders, sidemen, big band soloists and much else, contributing to the creative health of the jazz scene over the last 20 years. On 'Reeds Ramble' the two tenors showcase their distinctive voices on a set of material written by themselves as well as Elmo Hope, Jim Beard, Chico Buarque, Brian Wilson and more.

As a pair they worked on the exploratory groove-oriented project The Bloomdaddies back in 1995, but with 'Reeds Ramble' Blake and Cheek reunite in an acoustic setting, buoyed by the extraordinary Ethan Iverson of the Bad Plus on piano, making his first Criss Cross appearance. Drummer Jochen Rueckert, too makes his first label appearance, teaming-up with in-demand bassist Matt Penman, a valued presence on Criss Cross sessions led by Jonathan Kreisberg, John Ellis and Zach Brock.

With their subtle orchestrations, bold and unpredictable communication and all-around swinging, bluesy feel, Blake and Cheek continue the tradition of inspired tenor summits while asserting a sound all their own.

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