Tom Pierson | The Hidden Goddess

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The Hidden Goddess

by Tom Pierson

Creative modern big band
Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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1. Envy
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2. Hot Piece
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3. The Hidden Goddess
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9:28 $0.99
4. CeCe's Blues
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5. The Study of the Truth
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6. Rolando's Lullaby
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The great jazz master Gil Evans called Tom Pierson " the best
unknown composer I know ".
The Los Angeles Times wrote " highest praise for Tom Pierson's
haunting music ".
The Philadelphia Daily News called Pierson's music " brilliant ".
Columnist Mathew Lippman wrote " a performance I shall never forget... an exhaustingly beautiful experience ".
Dr.George Butler of CBS Sony said about Pierson's jazz
orchestra, " From my vantage point, this is the most exciting, original, and creative big band in the world."
Producer John Snyder called Pierson " world-class ".
Critic Jeff Levenson said he was " the best-kept secret in town ".
Ted Drozdowski in Boston Phoenix described him as
"possibly inimitable ".
Richmond Shepard in The Wall Street Transcript referred to Pierson's " exciting, moving, profound compositions ... the best, most original jazz I've heard in a long time ... he's a brilliant artist ... a treat to be remembered and treasured ".
Nihon Keizai Shimbun called Pierson " a genius ".


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Doug Keahl

The Hidden Goddess A hidden Gem
Excellent effort. Individual tracks range from brooding and moody, to spare and thought-provoking, to brassy typical big band numbers, to the latin beat of Rolando's Lullaby. An album to truly listen to.