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Moody jazz to fill those quiet introspective nights when all you want to do is lean back with a drink and enjoy the view from the window. Tiner's trumpet shifts easily between bold pronouncements and soothing words of comfort, and Baggetta's approach adopts a Frisell-like inquisitiveness from one note to the next.
Bridges is the new album from trumpeter Kris Tiner and guitarist Mike Baggetta issued on the MabnotesMusic label. Featuring 8 new compositions and funded in part from a grant through the American Composers Forum.
June 23, 2011
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Years ago now--in Rhodesia--listening to Voice of America with Willis Conover I heard Bunk Johnson play When The Saints Go Marching In, and Billie Holiday sing Don't Explain. I knew then there was no other life for me than jazz.