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Mar 14 2013
at 10:06 PM
Just got back from the Chris Potter Quartet show at the Regattabar in Cambridge MA. Absolutely stunning. Larry Grenadier on bass, Nate Smith drums, David Verellus Piano. Very intense and full of energy. Larry grenadier is one of the most amazing bass players. Chris Potter - Unbelievable. If you get a chance to see them, don’t miss it!
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Apr 17 2013
at 12:47 PM
Bookmark and Share Great review,brightsize. It might not be straight-ahead, but it’s great music and your review does it justice.
Apr 14 2013
at 10:13 PM
Bookmark and Share Nice review, bright size, but I’d hardly call this record straight-ahead. Yeah, it’s acoustic and, at least in some places, it swings, but that’s about as close to mainstream, straight-ahead jazz as it gets. The harmonies are certainly not, nor is the overall compositional construction , or the use of two pianists, one largely working with prepared piano, celeste and harmonium.
Apr 14 2013
at 6:38 PM
Bookmark and Share Got the Sirens album recently and really love it. I wrote a litte appreciation of it here: 13/03/30/chris-potters-siren-songs/
Mar 15 2013
at 7:50 PM
Bookmark and Share Potter is such a lyrical, yet damn powerful player. His solo live on Interval Waltz, and on the record was/is extraordinary.
Mar 15 2013
at 9:22 AM
Bookmark and Share an updated tour schedule can be found online at : He’s coming to Deroit on March 28th with Christian McBride, Lewis Nash, Benny Green, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Ambrose Akinmusire. Just my luck I will be in New Orleans then.
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