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With so many young tenor saxophonists graduating from jazz college programs and easily able to negotiate the changes, it is increasingly difficult for players to distinguish themselves. Tom Guillon is only partially successful in doing so, but, to his credit, he appears to recognize his strengths as a soloist and composer, and he focuses on them to good effect. Adding an electric guitar (John Moulder) to the front line, while dropping the piano in the rhythm section, permits greater harmonic freedom, of which Guillon takes advantage. The saxophonist is comfortable running through the chords, but he is best at carefully constructing solos of sometimes considerable depth. This recording should be a precursor of what can be expected as Guillon continues to develop his individual voice and style.


Género: Jazz

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

Tom Gullion began studying the saxophone at ten, from teachers including Larry Kirkman and Harry Miedema. He attended Indiana University, where he studied with David N. Baker, making his recording debut with Baker's group, the 21st Century Bebop Band. When he was 22, Gullion was hired by J.J. Johnson, his first professional job. He later returned to Indiana to finish his degree, then moved to New York with his wife, a classical violinist. The couple moved again to Spain when his wife got an orchestra...
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