les peetz | tone colors

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tone colors

by les peetz

The group is a standard jazz trio with a not-so-standard repertoire, ranging from the mainstream to free, with a nod or two to twentieth-century classical composers
Genre: Jazz: Post-Bop
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1. Gymnopedie #2 (Erik Satie) les peetz, dean taba, noel okimoto
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2:47 album only
2. Woody 'n' You (Dizzy Gillespie) les peetz, dean taba, noel okimoto
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6:07 album only
3. Barfunkel (Bela Bartok, arr. Les Peetz) les peetz, dean taba, noel okimoto
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6:38 album only
4. Five Brothers (Gerry Mulligan) dean taba, noel okimoto
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5:00 album only
5. Last Night When We Were Young (Harold Arlen) les peetz
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5:03 album only
6. Crescent City Step (Noel Okimoto) dean taba, noel okimoto
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6:07 album only
7. Ives (Les Peetz) les peetz
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2:35 album only
8. Sonnymoon for Two (Sonny Rollins) les peetz, dean taba, noel okimoto
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steve

Tone Colors
Innovative, unique and mind-expanding. Great cross-section of jazz. A performance of conviction and reverance. Check it out!!

Clyde

Post-Bop and Classical
A nice selection of standards and originals with interesting interpratations of classical pieces. Great playing and interaction between all involved. Highly recommended

mark

Fine sounds from Hawaii
This CD deserves attention as a notable example of the strong pianism of Les Peetz. Peetz has absorbed the rainbow span of jazz piano genres and the influence of major 20th century classical composers to emerge with a searching style that is very much his own. He offers here muscular post-bop (a sizzling solo on "Woody'n You"), spacy free playing ("Barfunkel" and "Ives") and a gorgeous, impressionistic rendition of "Last Night When We Were Young." Propulsive support is provided by bassist Dean Taba and drummer Noel Okimoto. If you admire such players as Denny Zeitlin, Chick Corea, McCoy Tyner, Bill Evans, Les Peetz will please you too.