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Eric Reed is one of a number of African-American jazz pianists who has strong roots in church music; this trio outing with bassist Willie Jones III and bassist Rodney Whitaker consists of 11 originals that are inspired in part by his gospel roots while incorporating his broad jazz background. "Stand" is a rollicking opener that will invite comparisons to McCoy Tyner's thunderous style of playing, though Reed is very much his own man at the keyboard. The gorgeous, reflective "Prayer" reflects the pianist's innate lyricism, starting alone and picking things up just a bit as the rhythm section is added. His meditative "New Morning" and the whispering "A Love Divine" also merit strong praise. This is another potent session by Eric Reed, one of the top pianists of his generation.


Born: June 21, 1970 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Jazz

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

Pianist Eric Reed is one of a large number of talented musicians who emerged from Wynton Marsalis' bands to pursue a rewarding solo career in his own right. Born in Philadelphia in 1970, Reed's first exposure to music came through his father, a minister and local gospel singer; he began playing piano at age two and soon discovered jazz, quickly developing into a musical prodigy. He entered music school at age seven, and resisted classical training in favor of jazz, inspired early on by Dave Brubeck,...
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Stand, Eric Reed
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: Mar 05, 2009

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