Chicago Overtones

Performers Daniele d'Agaro

Hatology | May 9, 2005 | Compact Disc

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Personnel: Jeb Bishop (trombone); Robert Barry (drums).
Recording information: 02/21/2004.
The music on this pianoless quartet date is full of color, life, and wit, ranging from hints of trad to brief free moments, from Leadbelly and Albert Ayler to a pair of obscure Duke Ellington songs. While tenor saxophonist Daniele D'Agaro (doubling on clarinet) has plenty of inventive spots, and bassist Ken Kessler and drummer Robert Barry keep the momentum flowing, trombonist Jeb Bishop is often the solo star in addition to frequently being the dominant voice in the ensemble. The performances are concise, surprisingly melodic and full of purpose. A great deal of music takes place in a relatively brief period of time and all of it is worth hearing. The eclectic nature of much of the modern jazz scene is heard throughout this memorable effort. ~ Scott Yanow

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: May 9, 2005

Genre: General

Style: Jazz General

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Label Name: Hatology

UPC: 752156061328

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Chicago Overtones

Performers Daniele d'Agaro

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: May 9, 2005

Genre: General

Style: Jazz General

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Label Name: Hatology

UPC: 752156061328


Title Track Time
1.Chicago Beer Coaster --
2.Ultramarine #13 --
3.Sweet Zurzday --
4.Ago Freschio, L' --
5.Long Armed Woman --
6.Dog Nose in the Kitchen --
7.Dick's Holler --
8.Barry K --
9.Melancholia --

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Personnel: Jeb Bishop (trombone); Robert Barry (drums).
Recording information: 02/21/2004.
The music on this pianoless quartet date is full of color, life, and wit, ranging from hints of trad to brief free moments, from Leadbelly and Albert Ayler to a pair of obscure Duke Ellington songs. While tenor saxophonist Daniele D'Agaro (doubling on clarinet) has plenty of inventive spots, and bassist Ken Kessler and drummer Robert Barry keep the momentum flowing, trombonist Jeb Bishop is often the solo star in addition to frequently being the dominant voice in the ensemble. The performances are concise, surprisingly melodic and full of purpose. A great deal of music takes place in a relatively brief period of time and all of it is worth hearing. The eclectic nature of much of the modern jazz scene is heard throughout this memorable effort. ~ Scott Yanow
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