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Bedrum by Johnathan Blake

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Album Title: Trion
Label: Giant Step Arts
Released: 2019

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Fiona's Comments

Nimble feats of drumming decadence.

About the Album

"Bedrum" is a track from Johnathan Blake's album "Trion," thanks to the new non-profit Giant Step Arts, led by noted photographer and recording engineer Jimmy Katz. The double album is the second release through Giant Step Arts, a groundbreaking, artist-focused non-profit with a single mission: to help modern jazz innovators create their art free of commercial pressure. The album, captured live before a thrilled audience at New York City's renowned Jazz Gallery, features a virtuoso cordless trio with two fellow masters of their instruments: the modern tenor giant Chris Potter and the eloquent bassist Linda May Han Oh.

Track Listing


CD 1:
Calodendrum; Synchronicity 1; Trope (Linda Intro); Trope; One for Honor; High School Daze; No Bebop Daddy.
CD 2:
Bedrum; Good Hope; Eagle; Relaxing at the Camarillo; Blue Heart; West Berkley St.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Johnathan Blake: drums; Chris Potter: tenor saxophone; Linda May Han Oh: bass.

Reviews

  • Trion by Angelo Leonardi
  • Trion by Friedrich Kunzmann
  • Trion by Karl Ackermann
  • Trion by Dan McClenaghan

Date featured

May 30, 2019

This track appears by permission of the contributing artist and/or record company.
It is for personal use only; no other rights are granted or implied.


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