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This solo piano CD marks Onaje Allan Gumbs' first recording under his own name. Gumbs displays surprisingly maturity for a composer only in his mid-20s at the time of the recording, performing a series of thought-provoking originals. His tense "Street Life" begins ominously with softly plucked strings in the distance, while the keyboard suggests being followed on a seemingly deserted street late at night, with the various themes suggesting the tension in the pedestrian's mind. "Timeless" is an upbeat, playful post-bop vehicle, while "It Sho' Do Feel Good Did Ya Here Me?" has obvious gospel roots. When Gumbs is playing works by others, he does not take the predictable path. His approach to "Giant Steps" plays tricks with the tempo, turning it into a stutter step waltz, showing off his right hand, yet never speeding up to the expected rhythm. Dizzy Gillespie's "Con Alma" also benefits from his imagination, becoming a richly textured ballad while abandoning the trumpeter's rhythmic foundation. In the decades which have followed this debut, Onaje Allan Gumbs may not have earned the accolades which he has merited, but this CD is well-worth acquiring.

Biografía

Nacido(a): 03 de septiembre de 1949 en New York, NY

Género: Jazz

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s

Pianist/keyboardist/producer/arranger/songwriter Onaje Allan Gumbs (pronounced Oh-Nah-Jay) is one of the music industry's most respected and talented music collaborators. Gumbs has worked almost three decades with top talent in the musical fields of jazz, R&B/soul, and pop to hone his considerable skills. A partial list includes Woody Shaw, Nat Adderly, Norman Connors, Angela Bofill, Jean Carn, Cassandra Wilson, Marlena Shaw, Sadao Watanabe, Phyllis Hyman ("The Answer Is You" from his 1979 Somewhere...
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