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Martin Sasse Trio & Steve Grossman - Take The 'D' Train (2015)

16-10-2015, 23:51
Music | Jazz

Martin Sasse Trio & Steve Grossman - Take The 'D' Train (2015)

Artist: Martin Sasse Trio & Steve Grossman
Title Of Album: Take The 'D' Train
Year Of Release: 2015
Genre: Jazz
Label: Nagel Heyer Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 59:45
Total Size: 140 MB
Covers: Front

01. Angelica (6:19)
02. In A Sentimental Mood (7:39)
03. Like Someone In Love (6:51)
04. New Moon (5:52)
05. Nicolette (8:21)
06. Stable Mates (6:12)
07. Take The Coltrane (5:38)
08. Take The 'D' Train (7:11)
09. Wabash (5:38)

The Cologne pianist Martin Sasse has evolved over the last 15 years the leading German mainstream pianists, what his latest recordings impressively demonstrate. Whether as a sensitive accompanist of singers or brass, as head of the piano trio or pianist in other formations - Sasse guarantees swing, emotion and high Difficulty. The saxophonist Steve Grossman has repeatedly invited in recent years as a guest star Sasse. The Americans living in Europe became known in 1970 as the successor to Wayne Shorter in Miles Davis' band internationally. Despite a series of remarkable shots of his career due to illness raised never expire as his playing skills deserve it. All the more gratifying that the tenor saxophonist shows here in good shape. His masterful ballads game impressed Ellington's "In A Sentimental Mood" as well as his composition "Nicolette" said Sasse congenially zuspielt him the musical balls. Drummer Joost van Schaik drives Benny Golson's "stablemates" skillfully ahead a little faster than usual. Grossman celebrates the catchy melody before Sasse lifts to an inspired improvisation that merges successful in bassist Henning Gailings short solo. Grossman is one of Ellington's "Take the Coltrane" rapidly and are Sasse as a template for its immensely swinging solo before Grossman himself enters a rousing improvisation river. The CD swings with Cannonball Adderley's "Wabash" to the end, again with good solos by Grossman and Sasse.
"Rollin '" is a trio recording under the direction of native Hanoverian drummer Dennis Frehse, who now lives after several years of training in USA in Japan and operates currently in the band of the Japanese saxophone legend Sadao Watanabe. This picture was taken in Tokyo. Even in this environment shows Sasse his qualities as a swinger, about when he first called "Deggen McBobben" the picks elegant Bouncing Beat by bassist Kengo Nakamura. The soulful ballads player Sasse comes in "You Taught My Heart To Sing" to light, pleasantly low-key accompanied by Nakamura and Frehse, or even in Coltrane's "Naima". The personable old fashioned swinging "Rosetta" is at the end of this successful recording. ~online translation

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