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Joey Baron

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Album Review

Drummer Joey Baron teams up with three notable all-stars on this set: altoist Arthur Blythe, guitarist Bill Frisell and bassist Ron Carter. Most of the music (all eight songs are Baron's originals) are fairly straight-ahead and more conservative than one might expect. Blythe and Frisell sound fine together (they should team up more often) and each of the four musicians gets his moment to star. Not quite a classic but certainly worthwhile.

Biography

Born: 26 June 1955 in Richmond, VA

Genre: Jazz

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

Drummer Joey Baron was born in Richmond, VA, into what he described as a "Jewish working-class family" (Songline/Tonefield Productions). Baron was heavily influenced by the rock, jazz, and TV themes of his youth, and taught himself how to play through close listening and watching other musicians. Although he has backed artists from a range of the musical spectrum — from Tony Bennett to the Los Angeles Philharmonic, from Laurie Anderson to Al Jarreau — most of Baron's work has been in...
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