Pianist Bob Gluck in a trio with Joe Giardullo on soprano saxophone and Christopher Dean Sullivan on bass, a delicate album that belies the "quiet" in its title.
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Catalog ID: FMR 294
Squidco Product Code: 14130
Country: Great Britain
Recorded by Will Schillinger at Pilot Recording Studios
Joe Giardullo-soprano saxophone
Christopher Dean Sullivan-bass
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1. Waterway 11:46
2. Dolphin Dance 8:53
3. October Song 10:14
4. Going Away 7:19
5. Still Waters 12:39
6. Sideways 8:53
7. Lifeline 8:00
sample the album:
"Julliard-trained pianist Bob Gluck's heart lies within the adventurous free jazz uprising of the 1960s and electronic music. This harmonically appealing acoustic date subliminally intimates his penchant for both genres, an album framed in a cunning fusion of ambient, jazz improvisation and concrete song forms.
Gluck and bassist Christopher Dean Sullivan engage for a subtle, introspective and largely temperate spin on Herbie Hancock's classic, "Dolphin Dance." The pianist launches the piece with an animated sequence of chord voicings, while interrogating the primary melody along the way. The duo persuasively combines a touch of gravitas with a jazzy verve to complement delicate pastiches of sound and an open-air bridge, where Sullivan counters Gluck's expansive creations.
Gluck offsets the tried and true by exposing a myriad of possibilities and emotive aspects amid thought-provoking encounters with his band mates. It's an album that doesn't overexcite, but is more a perceptive alignment of mesmeric propositions."-Glenn Astarita, All About Jazz
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