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Album Review

Nine Stories Wide marks the third release as a leader for young jazz guitarist Jonathan Kreisberg. Equally influenced by rock, standards, prog rock, show tunes, and classical guitar, Kreisberg easily adapts to whatever form he's interested in presenting. Assisted by jazz veterans Larry Grenadier on bass and Bill Stewart on drums, Kreisberg effortlessly glides through compositions of Gershwin, Charlie Parker, the Beatles, and Wayne Shorter, not to mention his original arrangements: the compelling rhythms of "Dana," "Fever Vision," and a light touch on the ballad "That Reminds Me." A satisfying disc from a versatile guitarist.

Biography

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Guitarist Jonathan Kreisberg has transformed from art rocker to fusion hero to jazz traditionalist — all in the span of a decade. The native New Yorker moved to South Florida as a child in 1975; he stayed long enough to graduate from the esteemed University of Miami music program (attending from 1990 to 1994), and created a large enough fan base there to fuel a career back in the Big Apple, where he returned in 1998. Initially influenced by rock guitarists like Jimi Hendrix and Steve Vai, Kreisberg...
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  • ¥1,350
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: Feb 17, 2004

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