Kimbrough, Frank / Lullabluebye
Album: Lullabluebye   Collection:Jazz
Artist:Kimbrough, Frank   Added:Apr 2004
Label:Palmetto Records  

A-File Activity
Add Date: 2004-05-03 Pull Date: 2004-07-05 Charts: Jazz
Week Ending: Jul 4 May 30 May 23
Airplays: 1 1 1

Recent Airplay
1. Mar 07, 2013: No Cover, No Minimum
Kid Stuff
3. May 28, 2004: Memory Select
2. Jul 02, 2004: Memory Select
Kid Stuff
4. May 17, 2004: Late Nite Fill-In
Ben's Tune

Album Review
Craig Matsumoto
Reviewed 2004-05-16
Like a calmer Keith Jarrett, Kimbrough spins piano pieces with pleasant melodies and some tangly tricks embedded in the soloing. This is a piano trio disk with a very "nice" sound overall and plenty of creativity in a mellow kind of vein.

Also check out the Herbie Nichols Project, which features these guys (and more) playing the neglected compositions of Nichols, a neglected '60s jazzman.

1- Midtempo. Casually jaunty.
2- Slow, relaxed
3- Rolling midtempo. Lots of Keith Jarrett sound here.
4- Mid/slow. Dramatic and tumbling with slowly free-falling drums.
5- Jangly. Fast bass solo early on.
6- Slow
7- Mellow and warm, nice.
8- Playful and a bit off-kilter
9- More Jarrett feel; mid/fast rolling based on a nice little theme
10- Mid/slow. Serious tumbling and (soft) crashing.

Track Listing
1. Lullabluebye   6. Ghost Dance
2. Centering   7. You Only Live Twice
3. Kid Stuff   8. Fu Bu
4. Ode   9. Ben's Tune
5. Whirl   10. Eventualities