Chris Greco Quartet | Trane of Thought

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Best Jazz "Maia" HMMA 2012 - Trane of Thought CD Chris Greco Jazz Website Jazz Times - 9/21/2013 CD Review Professor Wins Jazz 2012 Award

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Trane of Thought

by Chris Greco Quartet

Trane of Thought is an eclectic mix of creative tracks which are highly original and thought provoking, as Greco switches between the various woodwind instruments with consummate ease and delivers nothing short of impeccable performances on each.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Sterope
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2. Trane of Thought
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3. Oliver
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4. Merope
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5. Mid-City-Funk
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6. Tds
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7. Maia
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8. Electra
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9. Soul Eyes
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Album Notes
"CMJ Top 50 Jazz Albums 2013"
"Chris Greco's Trane of Thought is constructed and played in a contemporary manner with constant reference to the jazz traditions of the more recent past. "Oliver" is a neatly constructed straight ahead piece which swings along buoyantly; "Merope" has searching, soulful flute lines and is a very moving excursion on the instrument. At a time when nine out of ten jazz releases sound interchangeable and offer little or nothing that the listener has not heard hundreds of times before this newly conceived music with strong traditional roots is highly recommended." (Jazz Journal International, U.K.)


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