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Kush Abadey (drummer) is a BEAST!

Kush Abadey, the drummer, is a drummer who combines groove and finesse to set a great improvisational environment. Great album. great players. KUDOS!!

Very Good Playing.

This is a very good live set from New York's Iridium. Wallace always manages to conjure up images of Miles for me while keeping his own wonderful expression on the tune. I like his playing very, very much. From his tenure in Tony William's Quintet he has grown dramatically and there are several studio dates available on iTunes that bear this out. I'd never heard of the drummer on this live date and I was pleasantly surprised. To my ears he was influenced by both Tony Williams and Art Blakey; and I love their playing and music. So, I like Kush's push and pull playing here as well. I guess I have a soft spot for anything by Tony William's former bandmates. Including, Mulgrew Miller, Billy Pierce and this giant of the trumpet who never seems to stop progressing. Three and Half Stars for the album...Four because it's Wallace Roney!


Born: May 25, 1960 in Philadelphia, PA

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Wallace Roney's dilemma recalls that of Sonny Stitt in the '50s and '60s: his trumpet tone, timbre, approach, phrasing, and sound so closely mirror that of Miles Davis in his pre-jazz/rock phase that he's been savaged in many places for being a clone and unrepentant imitator. Stitt stopped playing alto for years because of his disdain for being labeled a Charlie Parker clone; Roney, on the other hand, played many of Miles Davis' parts on the 1992 tribute to the Birth of the Cool sessions, which was...
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If Only for One Night, Wallace Roney
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: Apr 20, 2010

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