|Marsh, Tina/Bob Rodriguez Trio / Out of Time|
|Album:||Out of Time||Collection:||Jazz|
|Artist:||Marsh, Tina/Bob Rodriguez Trio||Added:||12/2000|
|1.||Jun 19, 2009:||Memory Select |
|3.||Oct 26, 2001:||Memory Select |
|2.||Jun 09, 2006:||Another Victory in the War on Trackism |
Brother, Can You Spare a ...
Skip straight to the last track, "Riddles." It's a powerful, hammering piano piece written by Richie Beirach, over which Marsh dramatically tells the tale of Oedipus and the Sphinx. It really, really works -- it's powerful and chilling and just SPOT ON. |
Then go back and hear the rest: Excellent jazz vocals with occasional avant-garde tweaks. Marsh, singing in front of a piano/bass/drums trio, does standards and standards-minded originals, but adds little bumps and quirks, like the warbling, snipping effects she puts on the first lines of "All or Nothing at All." Lots of fire and creativity in here. Great stuff.
2- A little brother to "Riddles," a highly stylized narration delivered over a nice original vamp.
4- Ornette Coleman track, slow and grand
5- Sublimely mid/fast, wonderfully melodic original
|1.||All or Nothing at All||5.||Milky Way Dreaming|
|2.||Mezzaluna, Too||6.||Brother, Can You Spare a ...|
|3.||You Go to My Head||7.||Psalm 23|
|4.||Mothers of the Veil||8.||Pythagorus and the Moon|