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John Hart - Exit From Brooklyn (2016)

7-03-2016, 22:17

Title: Exit From Brooklyn
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Zoho
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 58:17
Total Size: 136 MB

1. Here's That Rainy Day (5:51)
2. Exit From Brooklyn (5:54)
3. The Star Crossed Lovers (5:01)
4. Inside Out (6:04)
5. April In Paris (8:03)
6. Just Friends (5:49)
7. I Mean It! (6:53)
8. Ask Me Now (4:51)
9. Jackie-Ing (4:13)
10. Where Or When (5:32)

In the winter of 1984 I first arrived in New York City. Fresh out of college, armed with a couple of guitars, I was unaware that I was about to begin a 30-year odyssey in which I would experience virtually every facet of the NY jazz scene. I soon landed in Brooklyn - Fort Greene to be exact. Brooklyn was a popular location for migrating young jazz musicians at that time, as it was difficult for many to negotiate Manhattan’s high rents. Neighborhoods such as Ft. Greene, Park Slope, and Brooklyn Heights were teaming with musicians, and the sound of jam sessions coming from inside apartment buildings was ubiquitous.
It was a different Brooklyn from the Brooklyn today. The term hipster was dormant and I would venture to say that there were very few Brooklynites who knew what a latte was. The one thing that hasn’t changed, however, is the vibrant and fertile jazz scene that has always resided there.

Brooklyn is where I first met Bill Moring and Tim Horner, the two remarkable musicians who join me on this disc. We met shortly after I moved to NY, all from different parts of the country, each with different backgrounds but all with the same goal, to play and learn. We ran into each other at some of those apartment jam sessions, found each other on various gigs together, and eventually formed a trio around 2000. This is our fourth CD together. In the late 90’s we all headed to the suburbs, raised our families, played a lot of gigs together and kept those jam sessions happening (all though this time in a house, not an apartment!)

My idea for this record was for us to convene with a minimum of rehearsal, play music that is rich in melody and explore and refine the chemistry that we have developed after all these years playing together.

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