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A Second Look

Vic Juris

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Vic Juris, a veteran cool-toned guitarist with a harmonically advanced style, swings his way through a variety of straight-ahead and introspective material with his trio/quartet. Bassist Jay Anderson and drummer Tim Horner are both subtle in their support and interplay with the guitarist. David Liebman, on tenor and soprano, is a welcome guest on some of the selections, but the main focus is on Juris. "A Second Look," one of five Juris originals, is catchy, while "Barney K." is an effective tribute to the late Barney Kessel. Among the other more memorable selections are a swinging rendition of "So in Love," an odd reharmonized ballad version of "All the Things You Are," a rare revival of Keith Jarrett's "Shades of Jazz," and his bossa nova "Little Brian." Juris' dry tone and subtle creativity are easy to take for granted at first but they grow in appeal with each listen.

Biography

Born: 1953 in Parsippany, NJ

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Guitarist Vic Juris is best-known for his association with Richie Cole. He made his recording debut with Eric Kloss (1975), gigged with Barry Miles' fusion group, and started his off-and-on association with Cole in 1976, appearing on some of the altoist's finest recordings. In addition to recording with Don Patterson, Mel Tormé, and Bireli Lagrene, Juris (a fine hard bop-oriented improviser) has played duets...
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