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Deja Vu

Fareed Haque

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Album Review

Blue Note's 1997 Cover Series had several jazz artists performing "re-creations" (really transformations) of classic pop albums. Acoustic guitarist Fareed Haque tackled the Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young set Deja Vu, performing all dozen selections, as well as brief intro and reprise versions of "Teach Your Children," in an instrumental and jazz-oriented setting. Haque, who was greatly assisted by fellow guitarist David Onderdonk (who shared with him the arranging duties) is heard on such numbers as "Teach Your Children," "Woodstock" and "Our House." Some of the renditions sound purposely dated, particularly in their use of sitar and Fender Rhodes, while others are fresher, stretching the pop tunes into funky vamps. This CD is mostly recommended to open-minded listeners who are very familiar with the original versions.

Biography

Born: 1963 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Jazz

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

Fareed Haque is a flexible guitarist whose own records show off his roots in classical music along with his interest in several styles of jazz. Raised in Chicago, Haque traveled extensively as a youth with his parents, who were from Pakistan and Chile; the influence of different countries' folk music can be heard in his playing. He studied jazz at North Texas State University and classical music at Northwestern University in Chicago. Haque made two records with Paquito D'Rivera, and played with Tito...
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  • $14.99
  • Genres: Jazz, Music
  • Released: 1997

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