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5.0 étoiles sur 5 John Abercrombie with the Brookmeyer WDR big band 26 mars 2015
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Since the long ago crest of the big bands, contemporary bands fall into those who honor the classic era and reproduce it and those who, with just a backward glance, push a big band into the contemporary. Brookmeyer falls into the latter.

In the liner notes Brookmeyer explains that this set was composed with the electric guitar in mind and pretty much with JA in mind as well. But the players include Rainer Bruninghaus on keys (synths, naturally) and Danny Gottlieb drums. Abercrombie plays both electric and guitar synth. His sound here is similar to with his work on guit-synth from the late '80s.

Crank up the volume ☺ Although the recording has its quiet moments (and they are very nice indeed), you're likely to come away with your ears ringing from the kickers.

The electricity theme is announced by Bruninghaus' eerie synth drone in the opening and is soon jarred by JA's lightening strikes it then moves to some rather stately and tempered electric guitar that in many ways is John Abercrombie's best home turf. That pretty much sets the tone for the rest of the compositions.

(I don't think I have another CD where the titles give so little clue about the music :)

Dunno why Ugly Music get's its title. This is a jagged horn line with Bruninghaus' ringing solo lines building to a crescendo that brings in JA on electric.
White Blues follows a similar pattern, toned down a bit, with some wonderful harmonies.
Hold on to your hat for Say Ah, it kicks from the word Go. JA seems to like this one, I saw him perform it a few yrs ago.
No Song, cools down and features a great Brookmeyer solo and a savory JA again on electric in a pensive mood.
Chrystal Palace is JA tapping his inner Hendrix in glass-shattering mode, Brookmeyer tones things down with a blue solo, the band returns with a stately theme and, as he did in the beginning, Bruninghaus takes it out with a wash of synths.

All very satisfying on many levels and the only recording of John Abercrombie in a big band that I am aware of. It is a marvelous showcase for his talent as a driving powerhouse and his depth as a sophisticated jazz guitarist. Kudos to Brookmeyer for this. After the kicking fades, I suspect it is the latter talent that will give this disc staying power.

BTW, this recording is from 1994.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Absolutely brilliant! 4 février 1999
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Bob Brookmeyer is simply the finest composer working in jazz today. His understanding of form, orchestration, harmony, and improvisation is unmatched. This is essential listening!
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