Brent Canter Trio | Soundscape

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Soundscape

by Brent Canter Trio

Jazz which appeals to the mainstream, featuring "Soundscape" and Corinne Bailey Rae's "Like a Star"
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Soundscape
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2. It Is Written
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3. Sketches
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4. Like a Star
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5. While You Were Sleeping
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Brent Canter Trio is one of the most exciting groups to emerge on the jazz scene in recent years. Formed in Los Angeles in late 2006, the Brent Canter Trio has quickly established a fan base which ranges from college students to jazz club regulars, all attracted to the unique mix of modern jazz and more mainstream genres. The trio is led by twenty one year old composer/guitarist Brent Canter. Canter has crafted a unique approach to the guitar through his studies with some of the finest guitarists in the world including the legendary Kenny Burrell, Anthony Wilson (Diana Krall), Ted Greene and saxophonist Bruce Eskovitz. Canter's compositions are accesible and modern, drawing upon the influences of modern rock and R&B and incorporating the cutting edge improvisation which the modern jazz listener demands. The group's organist, Eli Sundelson, brings to the group an eclectic background from his close studies with organist Wil Blades and one time teacher Sam Yahel (Joshua Redman Elastic Band). As proficient in the school of Jimmy Smith as he is in the realm of modern players such as Larry Goldings and Lonnie Smith, Sundelson anchors the group with his tasteful bass lines and creative comping. Drummer Mark Banner completes the group with his powerful rhythmic playing and acts as a driving force by incorporating grooves rarely seen in jazz music. His musical interactions with Canter and Sundelson create dynamic improvisations while sustaining listener interest.


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Linda S.

Soundscape
This lovely musical jazz album is quite pleasant listening. Very smooth, but with a zest that keeps it interesting and flowing. How terrific that Brent has brought his musical talent to the ears of those of us who don't have any talent! Quite a feat for such a young man.