Aperturistic Trio / Truth And Actuality
Album:Truth And Actuality Collection:Jazz
Artist:Aperturistic Trio Added:Sep 2013
Label:Inner Circle Music 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2013-09-15 Pull Date:2013-11-17 Charts:Jazz
Week Ending:Nov 17Nov 10Nov 3Oct 20Oct 13Oct 6Sep 29Sep 22

Recent Airplay
1.Nov 15, 2013:Fight or Flight
4.Nov 01, 2013:No Cover, No Minimum
Dance Of The Macrocosmic People
2.Nov 09, 2013:Music Casserole
5.Oct 31, 2013:Rebop
3.Nov 08, 2013:No Cover, No Minimum
6.Oct 18, 2013:No Cover, No Minimum
Send One Your Love

Album Review
Reviewed 2013-09-15 
APERTURISTIC TRIO: Truth and Actuality
Inner Circle, 2013

MODERN JAZZ – Pianist James Weidman is the primary force behind this tightly-meshed trio of veteran players, writing 6 of the 8 tunes. It’s a varied set, but all three of these guys (Weidman, Harvie S on bass and Steve Williams on drums) favor a lyrical approach that makes the tunes feel so comfortable you might not notice their odd shapes at first.

Fo’s Picks: 1, 4, 7, 8

1. 4:56 – catchy rolling/chugging groove; piano prances playfully on top
2. 5:42 – relaxed urban stroll, a warm & friendly feel, bass solo
3. 5:07 – snappy strut: drums in center, piano asserts itself later, bass solo
4. 8:22 – optimistic: bass leads, piano sidles in, rises to crashing peak
5. 7:39 – introspective trio groove, opens up for improv middle, bashing end
6. 6:40 – oblique, reaching, stiff-edged with a hint of bolero bravado
7. 8:00 – very steady, boppish stroll with angular piano line
8. 6:53 – tender Stevie Wonder ballad, fragile melody but a solid core

[ Fo ] - 15 September 2013

Track Listing
1.Dance Of The Macrocosmic People 5.Truth And Actuality
2.Homily For Pastor B 6.Re-Emergence
3.Time To Make A Move 7.Aperturistic
4.Courage 8.Send One Your Love