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Patneaude's albums keep getting stronger with each release, and his signature sound on tenor more precise. Nice straight-ahead modern jazz. This track has a nice build, recede, build pattern that grips the ear. Jazz from the Albany, NY scene.
Saxophonist Brian Patneaude's fifth album features pianist David Caldwell-Mason (piano & Fender Rhodes), Mike DelPrete (bass), and Danny Whelchel (drums) performing a collection of original compositions and songs by Wayne Shorter and Bronislaw Kaper.
March 1, 2012
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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.