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Ties That Bind

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And the winner of the hippest Sanborn clone of the year award is...Andy Snitzer. But this isn't necessarily a bad thing. While so many other soundalikes play that gutsy bravura with a lightweight pop sheen covering true passion, on Ties That Bind Snitzer stresses playfulness, relaxed camaraderie, and surprising improvisational twists as much as MOR hookiness. In short, he has both the sound and loose-fitting trappings of his prime influence. It's hard to turn away from the comparisons — he shares Sanborn's old label and cohorts like Michael Colina and Bob James — yet Snitzer throws in a few curveballs which offer glimmers of promise that one day he will emerge on his own merit. The best tracks here, for instance, are composed and/or produced solo by the saxman. No Marcus Miller collaborations. And best of all, Snitzer alternates with a nasty tenor demeanor whose rough edges creep into familiar territory, but then eventually steer in fresh, darker directions. You may not be fully convinced till the last track, however, when said tenor blows methodically in a straight-ahead blues with Joe Sample and Christian McBride, with nary a Sanborn lick to be heard.

Biografie

Genre: Jazz

Jahre aktiv: '90s

Contemporary jazz saxophonist/composer Andy Snitzer was born and raised in Philadelphia; although his first instrument was the clarinet, he turned to the sax at age 15, going on to study music at the University of Miami. There he was discovered by Bob James, touring behind the keyboardist and appearing on a series of albums beginning with 1987's Obsession; Snitzer concurrently earned his MBA at New York University, landing a position at the J.P. Morgan Investment firm while also emerging as a sought-after...
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