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Marc Copland is a distinctive player whose signature harmonies and intervals are immediately identifiable; he's impressionistic without being vague, ethereal yet structured. His bandmates here are equally subtle and poised, and this session is pure jazz: recorded in a continuous stream with no written music, rehearsal takes, or later additions. This could be disastrous with a less accomplished and compatible trio, but these players are superb and completely focused — having just returned from a tour together — and the material is varied and intriguing. It ranges from Copland's bright, quirky opener "All That's Left" to a graceful, gossamer "Estate" and unique renderings of three classics: Cole Porter's "All of You"; Miles Davis' "Milestones"; and Wayne Shorter's "Masqualero, a solo piano track that sounds like it's played through a mist. The trio creates one original together, a relaxed, free conversation aptly entitled "Trading Places," and Copland supplies two more: the dreamy title ballad and "Rain," where a repeating figure conjures the tentative feel of beginning raindrops with just a hint of a gathering storm. Gary Peacock is always melodic, and Billy Hart shimmers and gleams. It's a tasteful and seamless CD, adventurous in a cool and meditative way.


Born: 27 May 1948 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Jazz

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

Marc Copland is a modern jazz pianist, composer, and recording artist whose nickname "the Piano Whisperer" was earned for his rich harmonic technique and crystalline sound. He was born Marc Cohen in Philadelphia in 1948. His early musical studies were on the alto saxophone with Joe Allard. He also studied composition under Romeo Cascarino and Meyer Kupferman. By the early '60s, while still a teen, he became an integral part of Philly's jazz scene. Copland moved to New York in 1966 to attend Columbia...
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  • £7.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: 13 October 1992

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