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On these stark and stunning duets, Miles and Frisell display complete rapport with respect to manipulating silences and minimal resources. There's an arid quality in their approach, which turns each title into an audio approximation of a desert mirage, shimmering yet still in heavy, timeless heat. Each song gets plenty of breathing room; none is bent too far into abstract contortions. Most of the time each musician plays with fidelity to the written tune; where they stretch out, as on "Wee See," Frisell in particular shows an ability to create a groove through implied rather than articulated rhythm and to adopt dissonant phrasing to a spacious, intriguing treatment. Only "You're Cheatin' Heart" doesn't work; the melody just doesn't hold up when delivered rubato rather than nailed to a boot-scoot beat. But there's credit in the attempt alone, as there are in the many successes that populate Heaven. ~ Robert L. Doerschuk, Rovi


Born: 1963 in Indianapolis, IN

Genre: Jazz

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

An adventurous trumpeter, Ron Miles has made a strong impression with his Gramavision releases. A resident of Denver since he was 11, he began playing the trumpet seriously in junior high school and studied music at the University of Denver (1981-1985) and the Manhattan School of Music (1986). In addition to local gigs, Miles visited Italy in the summer of 1992 with the play Sophisticated Ladies and was a member of the Mercer Ellington Orchestra for a couple years. He played frequently with Bill...
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