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Altoist Jim Snidero started his professional career in 1981 by playing for a year with organist Jack McDuff. After nearly a quarter-century of other musical experiences, he sat in with his friend, organist Mike LeDonne, in 2006 and enjoyed returning to the basic blues, ballads and standards. Their 2007 recording features Snidero playing more boppish and a bit more basic than one might expect, perfectly fitting into the idiom. He caresses the melodies of ballads and brings out the bluish side of the faster tunes. Snidero also contributes three swinging originals, including a tribute to Frank Wess, "Let's Be Frank." Mike LeDonne shows once again that he is one of the top organists around today while guitarist Paul Bollenback and drummer Tony Reedus are as consistent, swinging, and stimulating as ever.

Biography

Born: 1958 in Redwood City, CA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Saxophonist Jim Snidero is an adroit jazz improviser, composer, and educator with a bent toward acoustic post-bop. An author of several books on jazz improvisation, Snidero is an in-demand clinician who has taught at the Jazz and Contemporary Music Program at the New School University, Indiana University, and Princeton. Born in Redwood City, California in 1958, Snidero actually grew up in Prince George's County, Maryland where he first began playing saxophone at age ten. However, it wasn't until...
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