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Sorey, Tyshawn Trio (w/ Aaron Diehl / Matt Brewer): Continuing
Sorey, Tyshawn Trio (w/ Aaron Diehl / Matt Brewer):
Continuing

(Pi Recordings -- USA )


Price: $14.95    




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Drummer Tyshawn Sorey takes his sophisticated piano trio of pianist Aaron Diehl and bassist Matt Brewer into deeper territory following their debut album Continuing, here expanding the breadth of their playing in four extended and passionate interpretations of works by Wayne Shorter, Ahmad Jamal, Sorey's mentor Harold Mabern, and the standard "Angel Eyes".

Sorey, Tyshawn Trio: Mesmerism
Sorey, Tyshawn Trio:
Mesmerism

(Pi Recordings -- USA )


Price: $14.95    




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An alluring album of piano trio music from the NY trio led by drummer Tyshawn Sorey with Aaron Diehl on piano and Matt Brewer on bass, allowing the excitement of a first meeting between the players as they perform compositions from the American Songbook, and some songs that Sorey feels should be included in the Songbook; lyrical, sophisticated, virtuosic, beautiful.

Sorey, Tyshawn Trio + 1 w/ Greg Osby: The Off-Off Broadway Guide to Synergism [3 CDs]
Sorey, Tyshawn Trio + 1 w/ Greg Osby:
The Off-Off Broadway Guide to Synergism [3 CDs]

(Pi Recordings -- USA )


Price: $34.95    




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A 3-volume set from four night's performances at The Jazz Gallery in NYC by the Tyshawn Sorey trio of drummer Sorey, pianist Aaron Diehl and bassist Russell Hall, joined by alto saxophonist Greg Osby for sets of exceptionally sophisticated and passionate interpretations of jazz standards including work by Miles Davis, Billy Strayhorn, Cole Porter, Thelonious Monk, McCoy Tyner, &c.

Sorey, Tyshawn Trio: Alloy
Sorey, Tyshawn Trio:
Alloy

(Pi Recordings -- USA )


Price: $14.95    




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Drummer Tyshawn Sorey's trio with bassist Christopher Tordine and pianist Cory Smythe in an album dedicated to Butch Morris and to his mother; intelligent and pensively restrained through-composed jazz influenced by modern composition as much as the history of the jazz trio.



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