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From Within

by Brandon Lee

A straight ahead jazz album that features the new jazz artist Brandon Lee on the trumpet, as well as his original compositions and arrangements. This style is coming out of the tradition of jazz music; swing and the blues.
Genre: Jazz: Post-Bop
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1. Attack of the Vibe
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2. Believe
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3. Still
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4. Rise and Fall
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5. Black Narcissus
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6. Blee's Blues?
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7. Bye Bye Blackbird
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Ellen Terry

Fresh but with Respect
Really nice to hear a young player add fresh ideas to mainstream jazz. Nice group - excellent solos and arrangements. Hard to not like this one - I'll play it often.

Rozina

Rise and Fall
Wow! Brandon never ceases to amaze in his ability to play ballads and this one does not disappoint the listener. So easy to listen to.

Leo Northington

Maturity and Youth: So Good Together
I played trumpet all through high school and halfway through college until I realized that could not hang with the serious music majors, play in the local clubs and still keep my grades up in pre-med.
The experience left me with a good and critical ear as well as a healthy respect for trumpet players...especially those engaged in my favorite idiom, hard bop. I listen to a lot of young jazz brass players and I tell you that this kid can play! His approach to the instrument is quite interesting. His ideas and phrasing are a joy to hear. There is a newness and freshness that reminds us of how youth can be a good thing. His playing like the best of the new younger lions (Sean Jones, Orbert Davis,etc.)has just the right number of surprises that seem to appear in just the right places.
Brandon's youth however is balanced by a stylistic maturity that displays discipline. He tempers his obvious chops with beautiful resolving solo lines that are both accessable and thoughtful.
The synthesis of his training(thank goodness for jazz education) and his influences is still a work in progress. This process could very well result in the evolution of a truely great trumpet player. I would like to be one of the greatful listeners to watch that happen.
The quality of the recorded sound here is decent. Brandon's band mates on From Within are all kindred spirits. They play like they know how to listen to each other.
In addition to all the good things that I have already said, this kid has considerable composing skills. I recommend that you buy the CD. Chances are good that you will agree with me.