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Album Review

Cindy Blackman has led a long series of mostly acoustic jazz dates for the Muse and High Note labels. This particular set features her working group of 2000, a quartet with tenor saxophonist J.D. Allen, keyboardist Carlton Holmes, and bassist George Mitchell. Most intriguing are inventive reworkings of such veteran standards as "My Funny Valentine" (which is given a mildly disturbing mood), "Someday My Prince Will Come" (which is no-nonsense rather than being sweetly sentimental), and "Walkin'," which is taken much slower than usual. Together this trio of songs is a tribute of sorts to Miles Davis. The other pieces are group originals, including five by the drummer/leader (two of which are brief drum solos). These are post-bop explorations, often rather dark in mood and giving all four musicians opportunities to set the direction and to interact with each other. The result is an album of high-quality modern jazz.


Born: 18 November 1959 in Yellow Springs, OH

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

An accomplished, yet not flamboyant or showy drummer, Cindy Blackman has become a well-respected drummer and occasional bandleader in a short time. Both her mother and grandmother were classical musicians and her uncle a vibist. Blackman began playing drums as a child and studied classical percussion at the University of Hartford and Berklee. Alan Dawson and Lennie Nelson were two of her instructors. Blackman moved to New York in the early '80s, and played with Freddie Hubbard and Sam Rivers. She...
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Hard Bop
  • Released: 15 April 2001

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