Albums By Artists Whose Names Begin With - F
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Han & FrodeHan Bennink (Drums), Frode Gjerstad (Saxophone)An hour of serious interplay by two of the most naturally creative minds—both of them having fun without being cute. “Inderoy” in six parts with flow and energy—this is anything other than more of the same. A refreshing dialogue. Live at the Detroit Montreux Jazz Fest 1981Bob Szajner (Piano), Ed Pickens (Bass), Frank Isola (Drums)Live at the Detroit Montreux Jazz Fest 1981
CADENCE JAZZ 1215: Bob Szajner is a bopster and prolific composer. He's been in and out of the Detroit Jazz scene since the 1950's. This release documents one of his last concerts and gives ample evidence of his talents and abilities. Complementing this package are extensive notes by the pianist along with perspectives by Michael Nastos and Bob Rusch. This nicely fills in a gap in Detroit's Jazz history and is the complete package. GenesisMat Marucci (Drums), Markus Burger (Piano), John Tchicai (Tenor Saxophone), Doug Webb (Tenor Saxophone), Adam Lane (Bass), Steve Gundhi (Alto Saxophone), Tony Passarell (Baritone Saxophone), Steve Roach (Trumpet), John Allen (Percussion), Fred Randolph (Bass)Mat Marucci and Markus Burger began collaborating in 2002. Their concepts are wide and full as this varied, but whole, work proves. Solid playing and complete compositions manage to make the 11 parts of the CD hang together as a satisfying complete suite. The Welsh ChapelFrode Gjerstad (Alto Saxophone), John Edwards (Bass), Mark Sanders (Drums)This is Frode Gjerstad's 8th Cadence Jazz Records release, every one of them distinct and refreshing. This CD, recorded in a Welsh chapel over a five hour period, finds Frode playing with fresh nuance and renewed passion. To say he is the most dynamic free improviser in Norway is a qualifier this world-class saxman has long outgrown. Knudstock 2000Herb Robertson (Cornet), Frank Grasso (Piccolo Trumpet), Steve Swell (Trombone), Bob Hovey (Trombone), Bob Ackerman (Flute), Knud Jensen (Tenor Saxophone), Jim Hart (Guitar), Hans Tammen (Guitar), Chris Lough (Contrabass), Tom Sayek (Drums), Herb Fisher (Drums)This was one of the many informal jams a group of improvisers engaged in at Knud’s place in New Jersey. A musician’s jam for musicians. This one was recorded and its dynamic unpretentious self is here as presented. Included are some delightful background notes by the artists themselves. A Sandole TrilogyDennis Sandole (Guitar), Al DelGovernatore (Piano), Wendell Marshall (Bass), Frank Young (Drums), Michael Grossman (Piano), John Stubblefield (Tenor Saxophone), Tony Garnier (Bass), Mike Clark (Drums)Dennis Sandole was a legendary Philadelphia-based guitarist, teacher, and guru to a host of eventual East Coast Jazz giants. These recordings were recovered from the dustbin of Mr. Sandole’s archives and cover his work between 1958 to 1991, and sadly, account for a good percentage of his available recorded legacy. As an added bonus, one track features the Michael Grossman-John Stubblefield-Tony Garnier-Mike Clark 4tet playing a Sandole composition.