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The centerpiece of this 2011 release by jazz guitarist and composer Anthony Wilson is “Seasons, a Song Cycle for Guitar Quartet.” Guitar maker John Monteleone commissioned Wilson to compose pieces for a set of four of his handcrafted guitars; each was inspired by one of the four seasons. Wilson, the son of the great Los Angeles–based big-band leader Gerald Wilson, is joined by Steve Cardenas, Chico Pinheiro, and Julian Lage on this finely recorded live album. Each player gets a turn in the spotlight during the song cycle. Cardenas is featured on the meditative “Winter,” Brazilian native Pinheiro shines on the upbeat “Spring,” Wilson takes the lead for the bluegrass-influenced “Summer,” and Lage is the frontman on the moody “Autumn.” Additionally, Pinheiro performs a mellow version of Antonio Carlos Jobim’s “Tide,” and Wilson deftly combines his original “Meditation on Autumn” with the Wayne Shorter classic “Fall.” There’s also a full-blown arrangement of Joni Mitchell’s “The Circle Game.” “Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most” might be the most moving performance here.

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Wow, wow, wow.

I knew Anthony Wilson is an amazing guitarist because I saw him at Carnegie Hall with Diana Krall. And Julian Lage has an almost mythical reputation that precedes him (now I understand why). But Steve Cardenas and Chico Pinheiro (who I'd never even heard of) both blew me away as well.

It seems so simple; strip away all the amps and pedals and bar noise and pushy waitresses, and sit four monster musicians (upbeat, smiling, warm musicians, but still monsters) in front of a thousand people and watch them erupt for an hour. This music is technically challenging, but somehow still completely accessible. The arrangement of Joni Mitchell's The Circle Game is phenomenal.

I downloaded my copy, but the package looks cool and Christmas-y, includes a movie and other stuff, so I think I'm gonna find hard copies to buy and give away as gifts.

Jazz ain't dead.


Really Never heard of Anthony Wilson, but as soon as I heard the first two chords I was hooked on GREATNESS! 👍🏽


Born: May 9, 1968

Genre: Jazz

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

The Anthony Wilson profiled here should not be confused with the late British pop/rock producer and A&R man Anthony Howard Wilson (b. February 20, 1950, d. August 10, 2007), who was the founder of Factory Records and was known for his work with New Order, Happy Mondays, and Joy Division, among others. Nor should he be confused with the well-known BBC session producer Tony Wilson or the Vancouver, Canada-based jazz guitarist Tony Wilson. However, this Anthony Wilson is also a jazz guitarist, although...
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