Drew Paralic | Too Little, Too Late

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Too Little, Too Late

by Drew Paralic

Acoustic, straight-ahead, original jazz compositions performed by top-notch NYC musicians.
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. Down In Soho Mike Capobianco Quartet
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2. Fledgling Mike Capobianco Quartet
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3. At Its Roots Mike Capobianco Quartet
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4. This Tune Mike Capobianco Quartet
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5. How Bill's Heart Sings Mike Capobianco Trio
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6. Finally 2001 Mike Capobianco
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7. Too Little, Too Late Mike Walters Quartet
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8. Outtune Mike Walters Quartet
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9. Finally Mike Walters Quartet
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Drew Paralic is a very lyrical composer and arranger of music in the standard/blues style of acoustic jazz. This is his first CD of small-band original jazz, reminiscent of the 1940s and 1950s.

Over the years, Paralic has been exposed to & been influenced by many different genres of music. There is quite a lot of variety (tempos, rhythms, styles) on this recording, all within a traditional jazz quartet setting.

Various saxophones with a rhythm section, a piano trio and one solo piano realization, of nine Paralic originals, make up his debut CD entitled TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE. (All the music on this CD is instrumental.)

Keep swingin'!



**Recipient of the OutMusic Award (OMA) for Outstanding
Songwriter, 2002**

"How Bill's Heart Sings" (sampled on this webpage--track #5) and "Finally 2001" (track #6) in rotation on KASU-FM, Arizona State University radio as well as several other radio outlets across the country.

Featured on This Way Out/JD Doyle's Audio File, May 2002

"Paralic's CD...(40 minutes of original instrumental compositions performed by the excellent Mike Capobianco Ensembles)...is upbeat, warm and consistantly engaging."
--Jason Serinus, freelance music critic based in San Fransisco

"... there is a new kid in town. In the world of jazz instumentals, "Too Little, Too Late" is a fantastic collection of songs. Whether you utilize this CD for background music at an elegant dinner party, or a way to put your friends in a good mood at an informal get together, this is music that will make you feel good. Drew Paralic has composed and arranged original music that will make you sit up and take notice."
--Ron Waite-Music Editor for OutWords (Syracuse, NY)

"let us introduce you to a newcomer to jazz! tracks from drew paralic's "too little, too late" have been included in this weeks playlist. paralic has composed and arranged tunes for this album which are reminiscent of the days of coltrane, lester young, and bill evans. my own personal interest was sparked when listening to mike capobiancos keyboard prowess as he gives a solid performance including incredible solo work. capobiancos's style of playing has great variety and moves from one feel to another with ease. he kept my attention... the only weakness in this project might be in the production...however, the content and musicality merits our listening. enjoy! "
--Dr. Mike Methaney, radioiojazz.com, January 2004


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Suede

Wow!!!!!!
Great writing, great playing, great mixing and production. I RARELY listen to CDs over and over, but this one really got me and has been spinning non-stop for the last two days! If you love great straight ahead jazz, like Marian McPartland, Bill Evans, Stefan Scaggiari, etc., you MUST get this CD.

Matt Dugeon

Monk Lives! Bill Too!
Small band, staight-ahead jaz at its best. Great tunes!

Julie Nicolay, Outloud Radio

One of the better jazz discs I've heard
Drew Parilic's "Too Little, Too Late" is one of those discs you'll keep in your player far longer than you thought you would, it's that good! I used to play an album all day back when I had a turntable, just letting it repeat for hours. If it was that good. This is one I'd wear out a needle on pretty fast! Thank god for CDs. So, let's get to the meat of this music: it's jazz in it's truest form, and played by some really incredible musicians, making it one of the finer jazz recordings I've heard in a long time. It's obvious that Parilic knows what he's doing on this recording. The musicianship is first-rate, the production, truly excellent (you can hear some amazing nuances), and the writing itself interesting, melodic, original and the kind of stuff that makes you pay attention, no matter how many times you've listened...and you will most likely find yourself listening over and over...get this disc if you like GREAT jazz.