Pandelis Karayorgis Trio | Cocoon

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Cocoon

by Pandelis Karayorgis Trio

Pianist Pandelis Karayorgis’s trio with Jef Charland on bass and Luther Gray on drums.
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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1. Cocoon
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2. Downed
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3. Idiosynchronicity
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4. You Took My Coffee and Left
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5. Sideways Glance
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6. Settling
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7. Red
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8. Hopscotch
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9. Jabberwocky
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10. Incandescent
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This 2012 trio recording was made at WGBH’s Fraser studio in Boston and features pianist Pandelis Karayorgis’s trio with Jef Charland on bass and Luther Gray on drums. There are six new original compositions (most written especially for this group) by Karayorgis as well as two each by Charland and Gray. This trio has been working together for several years and this is their first studio recording, coming together at the end of a year of monthly concerts during which this material was developed.

As Stu Vandermark writes in his Boston Jazz Scene blog: "These guys are as connected in musicianship as a piano trio can be. They think, breath, anticipate, and play as one—in the best sense. Right in the pocket of empathy and insight.”


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