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Good Road

Dave Peck

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Album Review

Dave Peck's style, chord voicings, and approach to playing in a trio are very reminiscent of Bill Evans, and not only because he utilizes one of Evans' drummers (Joe La Barbera) on this recording. His versions of six standards, Duke Ellington's obscure "Low Key Lightly," and his own "The First Song of Spring" are generally thoughtful and a bit introspective even during the tracks that are taken at faster tempos. The interplay between Peck, bassist Jerry Johnson, and La Barbera is tight yet spontaneous and their music, though not a copy since it is creative within the genre, will please Bill Evans fans.

Biography

Born: 29 August 1954 in Tacoma, WA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Dave Peck started moving towards jazz during his first year in high school with his first love, the trumpet. The defining moment which led to a jazz career came when, as a 14-year-old, he heard Miles Davis' recordings from the Blackhawk which belonged to his girlfriend's father. His determination to become a trumpet player was sidetracked by two events. The first was braces, the second a summer jazz camp where he met Marian McPartland. From then on he migrated to the piano. Peck's professional career...
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  • 7,92 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music, Bop
  • Released: 12 July 2005

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