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Real Life Stories (feat. Christian Scott & Eric Reed)

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Donald Harrison, alto alumnus of the Art Blakey and Eddie Palmieri bands, likes to blend funk, reggae, and swing rhythms into something he calls "nouveau swing" (releasing a CD by that name in 1997, on Impulse!). There is a fresh, contemporary feel to this Nagel Heyer debut, along with a nod to tradition in Harrison's tonal and harmonic homage to Charlie Parker and John Coltrane. Superb pianist Eric Reed plays on seven tracks, supplying the sly, cartoon-villain riff in the opener, and the film-noirish chording on the title track. He also wrote the contemplative "Strange Day," where Harrison builds a dynamic and forceful solo. "Oleo" and "I'm Barred" are in the capable hands of pianist Jonathan Lefcoski, who, with bassist Vicente Archer and drummer John Lamkin, comprise Harrison's crack working band. Lamkin wrote the bright bossa nova "Swept From the Sea," one of the CD's highlights; another is the classic "Oleo," where Harrison tosses "Bird"-like accents over the churning rhythm. "A Night in Tunisia" has a hint of reggae and some droll hesitation that recalls Dizzy's wit, and trumpeter Christian Scott, Harrison's 18-year-old nephew, provides a clear, understated turn that ends too soon. The band makes "Take Five" their own, resisting clichés: Reed's solo is angular and spare, Harrison's strong and soaring. On "Keep the Faith," Harrison brews an enthusiastic mix of gospel, funk, and a touch of R&B that ends this session on a joyful note. Passionate, tasteful playing, original material, and great grooves make this a thoroughly enjoyable disc.

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One of my favs

I've listened to this album for years back when I was just figuring out the saxophone. It was great writing by brother Harrison and Eric Reed plays wonderfully as usual. Respect from one saxophonist to another.


Nacido/a: New Orleans, LA, 23 de junio de 1960

Género: Jazz

Años de actividad: '90s, '00s, '10s

Donald Harrison, Jr. (who is also known as Big Chief Donald Harrison of Congo Nation) is a celebrated jazz saxophonist, composer, and educator who resides both in New Orleans and New York City. Born in New Orleans on June 23, 1960, Harrison is the son of the late Donald Harrison, Sr., a legendary New Orleans folklorist and, during his lifetime, the Big Chief of four different NOLA tribes. The younger Harrison began his education at the prestigious New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts and studied...
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Real Life Stories (feat. Christian Scott & Eric Reed), Donald Harrison
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  • $8.91
  • Géneros: Jazz, Música
  • Publicado: 04/06/2002

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