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Lift Off

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Album Review

Pianist Jesse Green, the son of trombonist Urbie Green, is in excellent form during Lift Off. He leads a solid straight-ahead trio (with bassist Paul Rostock and veteran drummer Bobby Durham) through six standards and four originals, with some guest appearances for guitarist Joe Cohn. Even at this early stage, when he was not quite 22, Green possessed excellent technique and a swinging style. The music does not contain many surprises, but the playing is excellent, with the whimsical and speedy "Lift Off" being a highlight. The closing eight-and-a-half-minute "Jazzspeak" has Green summing up his life up to that point, being quite honest about his own playing and raving about his idol, Oscar Peterson.

Biography

Born: 1973

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The son of trombonist Urbie Green and former big band signer Kathy Preston, Jesse Green has a potentially significant future. He started tinkering on the piano picking out tunes as early as age three. When he was six he began piano lessons but the young musician did not decide to make a career out of music until he was already in junior college. By then Green had spent a period playing trombone (he was an all-state high school trombonist) but had settled on the piano, discarding his earlier interest...
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