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Harrison, Jackson Trio: Land Tides (Hatology)


 

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UPC: 752156064725

Label: Hatology
Catalog ID: Hatology647
Squidco Product Code: 7872

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2007
Country: Switzerland
Packaging: Cardstock foldover
Recorded December 30, 2005 at Systems Two, Brooklyn by Michael Marciano


Personnel:

Jackson Harrison-piano

Thomas Morgan-doublebass

Dan Weiss-drums

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Artist Biographies:

"Jackson Harrison is a jazz pianist, solo recitalist, and composer. A multi award-winning musician who has toured internationally, Jackson won the 2006 National Jazz Awards at The Wangaratta Jazz Festival and was a finalist in the 2010 Freedman Jazz Fellowships. Jackson's debut album Land Tides was recorded in New York and released on Switzerland's Hat Hut Records to critical acclaim. He currently lives in Sydney."

-Jackson Harrison Website (https://jacksonharrison.net/bio/)
12/12/2018

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"Thomas Morgan (born 14 August 1981 in Hayward, California) is an American jazz musician (upright bass, cello) in contemporary jazz.

Morgan began playing the cello 7 years of age, before switching to upright-bass at 14. In 2003 he received his bachelor's degree in Music from the Manhattan School of Music, where he studied with Harvie Swartz and Garry Diall. He also took lessons with Ray Brown and Peter Herbert. Morgan worked with David Binney, Steve Coleman, Joey Baron, Josh Roseman, Brad Shepik, Steve Cardenas, Timućin ahin, Kenny Wollesen, Gerald Cleaver, Adam Rogers and Kenny Werner throughout his career. He is also cooperating with Jakob Bro, Dan Tepfer, Jim Black, John Abercrombie, Masabumi Kikuchi and the Sylvie Courvoisier-Mark Feldman Quartet. Morgan lead his own trio."

-Wikipedia (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Morgan_(bassist))
12/12/2018

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"Shifting Foundation grantee Dan Weiss has been hailed as one of the top five jazz drummers in The New York Times, and his large ensemble recording "Fourteen" made the top ten list of their best recordings of 2014. Weiss's innovative drumming and forward thinking compositions have been pushing musical limits for years.

With his piano trio, he's released two recordings entitled, "Now Yes When" (2006) and "Timshel" (2011), which have been critically acclaimed for their unique approach to song structure and endless creative improvisation. Weiss also leads his sixteen piece large ensemble that features some of NYC's most gifted musicians. The two albums " Fourteen" (2014) and "Sixteen: Drummers Suite" (2016) released on the Pi record label have made numerous critic polls. His newest project features Craig Taborn, Matt Mitchell, Ben Monder, and Trevor Dunn and is an amalgam of jazz, metal, and new music. The recording will be released on the Pi record label in the Spring of 2018.

Weiss has been studying tabla under Pandit Samir Chatterjee for twenty years. He has performed with the legendary Ashish Khan and Ramesh Misra and recorded a solo tabla cd "3dcd" (2007). Weiss recorded two groundbreaking cds "Teental Drumset Solo" (2005) and "Jhaptal Drumset Solo" (2011) where he performs classical Indian repertoire on drum set.

Weiss was named 'The Top Up and Coming Percussionist' 2 years in a row in the 60th and 61st annual Downbeat's Critic's Poll and earned a spot in Modern Drummer's coveted Top 5 Jazz Drummers of 2014."

-Dan Weiss Website (https://www.danweiss.net/about-1/)
12/12/2018

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track listing:


1. Haven 5:05

2. Land Tides 9:08

3. Rivers and Oceans 7:02

4. Music to Forget 5:27

5. Strafe 7:24

6. Kinski 4:38

7. Dreamed Landscape 5:47

8. Ajanta 6:41
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descriptions, reviews, &c.

"Jackson Harrison [winner of the Australian Jazz Award] is a brilliant young pianist / composer who brings fresh perspectives to the traditional piano trio through his thoughtful and sensitive compositions". - Mike Nock

"Harrison's attitude to the work - his regard for the fundamental mystery of the creative process - bodes well for the future: "When playing I am not attempting to 'make' or construct something, I'm just trying to let the music dance, which is the more difficult path to take. That is what all the real masters, like Miles, do. It's not technical mastery, but an openness which is more powerful, vital and mysterious, and not so easily explained."-Stuart Broomer

Related Categories of Interest:

Hat Art
Improvised Music
Jazz
March 2007
Trio Recordings
Trio Recordings
Australian Improvisers, Composers and Experimenters


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