Lew Tabackin Trio | Live In Paris

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Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz Jazz: Post-Bop Moods: Type: Acoustic
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Live In Paris

by Lew Tabackin Trio

Acoustic jazz with tenor saxophone, flute and pianoless trio.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Self Portrait of the Bean Lew Tabackin
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2. 'til the End of Time Lew Tabackin
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3. The Wise One Lew Tabackin
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4. Eronel Lew Tabackin
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5. Ask Me Now Lew Tabackin
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6. I'll Be Seeing You Lew Tabackin
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This pianoless trio and the resultant CD is the culmination of forty years of Lew Tabackin\'s development of this genre. Seventy years of tenor saxophone jazz history is expressed by him in one unique personal sound and approach. The empathetic support and interaction of the superb musicians (Boris Kozlov, bass and Mark Taylor, drums) shows the result of ten years of performing together throughout the world. The zen-like oneness with the enlightened Parisian audience makes this unedited, sonically pure live recording very special.


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Bernhard Zaglmayer

rare gem
Also in trio format, the approach on this disc is different than e.g. \"Tanuki\'s night out\". It is more relaxed, but not less intense. Very recommendable!