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Lifeline by Bob Gluck

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Album Title: Something Quiet
Label: FMR Records
Released: 2011

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The concluding tune from Something Quiet (FMR, 2011) with Bob Gluck (piano), Joe Giardullo (soprano saxophone), and Christopher Dean Sullivan (bass). 'Lifeline', first recorded on the Bob Gluck Trio's Sideways (FMR, 2008), is given a new interpretation on this new CD. It is an episodically written composition in which the mood shifts from section to section. Opening with Gluck's lyrical Monkishly rhythmic motif reminiscent of the pianists "Thelonious", the piece moves into a meditative segment featuring Giardullo at his most expressive before briefly returning to the melodic opening for a satisfying final resolution.

Personnel

Bob Gluck
Bob Gluck

piano

Additional Personnel

Bob Gluck, piano; Christopher Dean Sullivan, bass.

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February 24, 2011

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