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Album Review

The music on this set, which features Liberty Ellman's acoustic guitar, Jamie Foxx's electric guitar, and bassist Stephan Crump, is intimate and full of subtle interplay. The approach, if not the style, is a little bit like that of the Bill Evans Trio despite the very different instrumentation and the original material. Most of the playing is quiet, thoughtful and occasionally a bit dry. Rosetta can succeed as background music but, if played loud, one can really appreciate the high musicianship and the creativity that these three musicians display. It is well worth several close listens.


Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Stephan Crump, equally adept on acoustic and electric bass, leads his own jazz quartet as well as an electric groove ensemble called Lavabox. Crump grew up in Memphis, TN, and received a bachelor of music degree from Amherst College in 1994. Soon after graduating, he toured the U.S. and Canada with the Tommy Dorsey Band. He then relocated to New York and joined the quartet of trumpeter Marvin Stamm. His resumé as a versatile sideman quickly grew to include Sonny Fortune, Johnny Copeland, Bobby Previte,...
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