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Wheeler, Kenny / John Taylor: On The Way To Two <i>[Used Item]</i> (CamJazz)

A tribute to the passing of both trumpet and flugelhorn Kenny Wheeler and long-time collaborator, pianist John Taylor, in a subtle conversation of two partners with superb skill and taste "suggesting, agreeing, mildly disagreeing, but never at cross purposes".

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product information:

UPC: 016728505420

Label: CamJazz
Catalog ID: CAM-CD-5054
Squidco Product Code: 21811

Format: CD
Condition: VG+
Released: 2015
Country: USA
Packaging: Jewel Case
Recorded at Bauer Studios in Ludwigsburg on March 21st and 22nd, 2005, by Johannes Wohlleben.

This is a USED (previously owned) item


Kenny Wheeler-trumpet, Flugelhorn

John Taylor-piano

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track listing:

1. Canter #2 4:12

2. Fedora 5:54

3. Sketch No. 1 1:42

4. Quiso 5:48

5. Who Knows? 4:33

6. Sketch No. 2 2:58

7. Close To Mars 5:06

8. Fortune's Child 3:22

9. Sketch No. 3 2:45

10. A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing 8:22

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"The release of this set of duets, recorded in 2005, was intended as a tribute to Kenny Wheeler, marking the first anniversary of his death. John Taylor wrote an affectionate note in memory of his friend and collaborator to go with the CD. Then, shortly before the release date, he, too, died suddenly. So this comes as a memento of perhaps the most potent and long-lived partnership in contemporary European jazz. The interplay between Wheeler's trumpet or flugelhorn and Taylor's piano is very much like a conversation - suggesting, agreeing, mildly disagreeing, but never at cross purposes. Neither of them was a demonstrative man and there are no moments of high drama, but the sheer inventiveness makes up for any lack of bravura."-Dave Gelly,

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