Bob Leto | Cheesecake

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Jazz: Post-Bop Jazz: Mainstream Jazz Moods: Featuring Guitar
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by Bob Leto

A mix of jazz standards in a trio setting featuring guitar, great mood set for listening and jazz in the background.
Genre: Jazz: Post-Bop
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1. Cheesecake
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5:52 album only
2. Question and Answer
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6:25 album only
3. Nightwings
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6:05 album only
4. Seven Steps To Heaven
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6:46 album only
5. Infant Eyes
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6:58 album only
6. Six On Four Years
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6:15 album only
7. Waltz For Ruth
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5:25 album only
8. This Is For Albert
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4:29 album only
9. Inner Urge
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3:53 album only


Album Notes
Cheesecake features Leto, Duval and Siciliano reviving, exploring and uplifting eight songs by famous jazz musicians plus an original by Siciliano. The set begins with the title cut, a catchy Dexter Gordon line that has attractive minor-toned chord changes that clearly inspired the trio. A creative guitar solo, a chance for Duval to display his fluency on bass and a guitar/drums tradeoff effectively introduces the members of the trio.

Throughout Cheescake, an eclectic set of jazz, the team create fresh renditions of jazz standards


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Hank Johnson

I found this album to be a wonderful display of Bob Leto's drumming talent. Bob Leto has a wonderful smooth touch on the drums and flawless timing following the intricate moving lines of Dominick Duval. Dominick Duval at times never runs out of notes and is a very busy player who allows his ego to dictate intricate bass lines showing off his deft artistry. I think his bass playing works well in a small group setting, but would be unproductive if a vocalist was present, not to say he can't play well behind a vocalist but he would be just too busy and dominating. The album is worth listening to and I would recomend it to jazz enthusiasts as a study in listening to those lines.