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|Mark Turner Quintet|
Genres: Jazz, Pop
Tenor saxman's first date as a leader, recorded December 12, 1994 in New York City with a quintet of Kurt Rosenwinkel - guitar, Brad Mehldau - piano, Larry Grenadier - bass, and Jorge Rossy - drums, along with guests Seamu... more »
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Tenor saxman's first date as a leader, recorded December 12, 1994 in New York City with a quintet of Kurt Rosenwinkel - guitar, Brad Mehldau - piano, Larry Grenadier - bass, and Jorge Rossy - drums, along with guests Seamus Blake - tenor sax, and Terence Dean - tenor sax, making for a three tenor front-line! Original tunes +.
An essential part of any modern jazz collection
firstname.lastname@example.org | Boston, MA | 06/05/1998
(5 out of 5 stars)
"One listen through this CD will convince you of the importance of Mark Turner's music. He is one of the greatest up and coming saxophonists of this generation, and has a unique approach to the instrument. One may recognize Brad Mehldau's current trio as the rhythm section--it's great to hear them in the context of a quintet. The compositions are inventive, and the players are remarkable. This is a favorite of mine, I couldn't recommend it more highly."
Jazz with saxophone
Orlando Josť Da Flores | Caldas da Rainha, Portugal | 03/10/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"For me this record is among the best sound and composition of jazz including the saxophone instrument.Mark Turner is a very good saxophonist a litle bit green in this albun but always better in each albun ahead"