Tom Brantley - Boneyard (2009)

Tom Brantley - Boneyard (2009)

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Artist: Tom Brantley
Title Of Album: Boneyard
Year Of Release: 2009
Label: Summit
Genre: Jazz, Straight-Ahead Jazz, Contemporary Jazz
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 73:12 Min
Total Size: 176 Mb
1. Exemption
2. In a Mellotone [Live]
3. Adagio (Live)
4. Boneyard
5. Stardust
6. Hi Fly (Live)
7. Lazybone (Live)
8. Body And Soul (Live)
9. Confirmation (Live)
10. Venice At One
Tom Brantley (vocals, trombone)
LaRue Nickelson (guitar)
Jack Wilkins (tenor saxophone)
Rex Richardson (trumpet)
Jim Hall (trombone, bass trombone)
Chris Clifton, Keith Oshiro, Jerald Shynett, Chris Clifton, Chris Sutton (trombone)
Per Danielsson (piano)
Chris Rottmayer (Hammond b-3 organ)
David Gluck (vibraphone, drums, percussion)
Mark Neuenschwander (bass instrument, bass guitar)
Chris Anderson (bass guitar)
Steve Davis (drums)
David Gluck (percussion)
With his debut recording as a leader, trombonist and jazz educator Tom Brantley offers a versatile release, including both established and new compositions and live and studio performances, as well as a variety of different bands. The opening track, "Exemption," is a top-drawer feature for multiple trombones, with Brantley and composer Jerald Shynett as the trombone soloists, accompanied by the trombone section on loan from Chuck Owen & the Jazz Surge in a superb post-bop chart. Brantley has the chops to pull off a marvelous duet of "Stardust" with guitarist LaRue Nickelson. Tenor saxophonist/composer Jack Wilkins (not to be confused with the veteran jazz guitarist) penned the lively "Boneyard," which melds Afro-Cuban and New Orleans funk. From a 2008 concert come several small-group tracks, including a funky quartet setting of "In a Mellotone" with organ, guitar, and drums, plus a subtle adaptation of French composer Camille Saint-Saëns' Adagio. From the same show, trombonist Keith Oshiro is added with piano and bass (in place of the organ) for a breezy arrangement of Randy Weston's popular "Hi-Fly," along with a sauntering New Orleans second-line scoring of Charlie Parker's normally brisk "Confirmation." Highly recommended. (Ken Dryden)

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