For Moseka by Marc Cary
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Metronomy, celebratory: monotony, clerestory. A creative pianistic investigation, For Moseka.
About the Album
Marc Cary has gained a reputation as one of the most creative pianists of our time, a bandleader with musical interests that encompass jazz, go-go, hip-hop, electronic music, Indian classical music and more. But Cary is also an incisive and sought-after accompanist, a fact famously borne out by his 12-year tenure (beginning in 1994) with the great vocalist, songwriter and jazz icon Abbey Lincoln. For the Love of Abbey, Cary's first solo piano recording, is the most personal and heartfelt of tributes, shedding light on Lincoln's remarkable body of work and honoring her extraordinary gift for melody and song craft.
Music Is the Magic; Down Here Below; Melancholia; For Moseka; Who Used to Dance; Should've Been; My Love Is You; Love Evolves; Throw It Away; Another World; When I'm Called Home; Conversation with a Baby; Transmutate; Down Here Below the Horizon.
Marc Cary: pianoforte.
- For the Love of Abbey by Angelo Leonardi
August 15, 2013
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