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40th Day (Feat. Jeremy Pelt, JD Allen)
  • Artist: Jeremy Pelt
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 8697445501050
  • Item #: 160180X
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Release Date: 5/14/2011
  • Rank: 1000000000
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40th Day (Feat. Jeremy Pelt, JD Allen) on CD

....welcome to the world of Ozan Musluoglu !          'Wizard Lizard' has a wonderful Grissett solo, followed by           a Hubbard like solo by Mr. Pelt (nothing wrong          with that !),followed by Mr. Allen on tenor.          'Coincidence' ...listen to the band dig into a modal sound !          please note the wonderful solo and the recorded          sound of the bass and the energy of the drummer Darrell Green.          'Requiem for K.C.' opens with a very nice rhythm section intro          serves as the essence of the arrangement.. Great          unison melody from the two horns.          '40th Day' is a melancholy waltz that is a 'walking ballad',         a very nice musical surprise.         'Fake Promises'  goes at a break-neck pace....with a very interesting         piano solo that sets the standard for the tenor and trumpet solo.          note the rhythm swing behind these solos. Not to be out done,         Mr. Musluoglu and Mr. Green contribute their share of fire as          they solo.         'Enjoy Disappointments' is a really interesting song and arrangement with the bass         replacing the usual pizzicato part with the bow, then playing the         melody with the horns....it's very effective !....followed by a bass         pizz solo...wow !!!  by the way,the melody is built on the changes         to 'I'll Remember April'..         'Panic' ends the CD with a real swinger..great rhythm section feel..         this track proves that the future of jazz is in some very capable hands!! RON CARTER.