Ron Eschete Trio | In The Middle

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In The Middle

by Ron Eschete Trio

Jazz Guitar Trio
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. Indian Summer
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8:49 album only
2. Taking A Chance On Love
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8:52 album only
3. Oh, Lady Be Good
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13:13 album only
4. Bluesette
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8:26 album only
5. Bye Bye Blackbird
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9:22 album only
6. Autumn Leaves
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10:22 album only
7. Mama's Home Cookin'
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7:41 album only


Album Notes
The Ron Escheté Trio is widely known as the "trio that sounds like a quartet." Ron Escheté and Todd Johnson, who have been playing together since 1991, both have the unique ability to play bass lines and chord changes at the same time, while Kendall Kay, who joined the trio in 2000, is the glue that holds it all together.
This CD is the result of a night of "live" recording at Spazio on Oct. 28, 2003. The best tracks were picked and, as it turns out, all the tempos are “in the middle.” The music is hard-swinging, melodic, intuitive, joyful and full of life.


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This CD is very nice!!
Ron Eschete is not famous in JAPAN.But he is popular with jazz guitar lovers very much.We cannot readily buy his CD in JAPAN.I hope that we get possible to more easily buy his CD. And I hope that he comes to Japan and plays good music.

Brent Forbes

Great Stuff
Ron does it again. I especially love his arrangement of Bluesette. Those lush chords he uses for the melody. Overall this outing sounds cheerful and inspiring. This CD is definately a winner for Jazz guitar fans!

Gerhard Burda

in the middle
The trio is fantastic and Ron is, however a super