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Lawrence, Azar & Al Mclean / Frontiers
Album:Frontiers Collection:Jazz
Artist:Lawrence, Azar & Al Mclean Added:12/2016
Label:Cellar Live 

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Album Review
Tom McCarter
Reviewed 2016-12-20 
Lawrence, Azar & Al Mclean / Frontiers
Label: Cellar Live

Tom McCarter
Reviewed: 2016-12-20

Tom McCarter
Lawrence, Azar & Al Mclean
Frontiers
Genre: Jazz
Review: Two tenor saxes in a stellar quintet creates long blowing sessions around some old jazz gems with a multitude of solos. Azar Lawrence is the man McCoy Tyner chose to work with after Coltrane died and he has been a sideman for many other well known musicians. Al McLean is one of the top Canadian players. Together they make terrific music.
FCCs: none
If You Like: Sonny Rollins, Joe Lovano, Gene Ammons
Favorite Tracks: 2/ Lonnie's Lament 3/ Ruby, My Dear 4/ Spirit Night
Track Review: 1/ drums star> uptempo jam> fade 2/ piano starts> uptempo jam> quick fade 3/ piano starts> slow tempo jam> slow fade 4/ drums start> uptempo jam> fade 5/ drums start> fast tempo jam> crescendo end 6/ Piano starts> slow tempo jam> fade 7/ sax starts> uptempo jam> quick fade

Track Listing
1.Mystic Journey 4.Spirit Night
2.Lonnie's Lament 5.Get Up
3.Ruby My Dear 6.' Round Midnight
 7.Up Jumped Spring