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Album Review

This intriguing set features veteran bop pianist Frank Strazzeri with Woodwinds West, a sextet also including Pete Christlieb (tenor and clarinet), Jack Nimitz (baritone and bass clarinet), Bill Perkins (alto, soprano, and alto flute), bassist Dave Stone, and drummer Paul Kreibich. Strazzeri, who wrote the arrangements, contributed seven of the 11 songs. The music is swinging hard bop with plenty of solid and concise solos along the way; only two songs exceed seven minutes. Christlieb in particular is in top form on this modern West Coast jazz set. Well-worth exploring.


Genre: Jazz

A solid pianist long based in the Los Angeles area, Frank Strazzeri was in demand for straight-ahead sessions for decades. Although he originally started playing tenor and clarinet when he was 12, Strazzeri soon switched to piano. After studying at the Eastman School, he became the house pianist at a jazz club in Rochester in 1952, where he was able to accompany top jazz artists (including Roy Eldridge and Billie Holiday). In 1954, Strazzeri moved to New Orleans, where he played Dixieland with Sharkey...
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Somebody Loves Me, Frank Strazzeri and His Woodwinds West
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Hard Bop
  • Released: 18 February 1994

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