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Album Review

On Adonis Rose's second recording as a leader, the New Orleans-based drummer performs with the same musicians on his first recording, his bandmates in the Nicholas Payton Quintet. This time Rose, Payton, tenor saxophonist Tim Warfield, pianist Anthony Wonsey, and bassist Reuben Rogers perform three Rose originals, one by Wonsey, two by Wayne Shorter, and one standard. As one would expect from a working band, the music is well-played, covering a variety of styles and tempos within the post-bop idiom, with Rose staying mostly in the background, with one notable exception being his explosive drum solo on the angular, up-tempo "Tonk," written by Rose for his younger brother. Other favorites include the hard-hitting free bop of Shorter's "Dolores," and two beautiful ballads, the title track and "I Remember You," a feature for Payton's trumpet. The recording ends with Wonsey's funky "Smooth Jazz," which owes more to '60s Blue Note than to that radio-friendly music genre. This is a very good step forward in this musician's development.

Biography

Born: 1975 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s

New Orleans is a good place to grow up as a drummer. The unique rhythm and funky bac kbeat of the city's music become a part of life's imprinting process that gives a drummer a special feel for his subject matter. Drummer Adonis Rose is in that number of who share that advantage in working with some of the top jazz musicians from the Birthplace of Jazz. While still in his early twenties, Adonis Rose won the esteem of fellow artists who have received acclaim at an early age. Rose plays drums...
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: 12 October 1999
  • Clean

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