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Connie Crothers' debut as a leader finds her playing four fairly free piano solos and performing six tunes in a trio with bassist Joe Solomon and drummer Roger Mancuso. It is ironic that Lennie Tristano is quoted in the liner notes as calling Crothers the most original musician he has worked with for at this early point; Crothers sounded like a close relative of Tristano's. She does show some of her own musical personality in spots, and the music (eight of her originals, plus "My Old Flame" and "All the Things You Are") holds one's interest.


Nacido(a): 02 de junio de 1941 en Palo Alto, CA

Género: Jazz

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Connie Crothers was a member of that unfortunately not-so-exclusive club of first-rate jazz improvisers unfairly relegated to the fringes of the jazz public's consciousness. Why she was not more well known and/or critically acclaimed had nothing to do with any lack of skill or originality, for Crothers had both to spare. Perhaps the determining non-musical factor in her neglect was the fact that she was an unrepentant disciple of that most neglected of jazz geniuses, Lennie Tristano. The knotty intricacies...
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