|Carrier, Francois Trio / Play|
|Artist:||Carrier, Francois Trio||Added:||Dec 2004|
|Add Date:||2004-12-19||Pull Date:||2005-02-18||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Feb 13||Jan 30||Jan 23||Jan 9||Jan 2||Dec 26|
|1.||Feb 11, 2005:||Memory Select |
|4.||Jan 21, 2005:||Memory Select |
|2.||Feb 08, 2005:||Umami Jazz Program |
|5.||Jan 06, 2005:||Umami Jazz Program |
|3.||Jan 25, 2005:||Umami Jazz Program |
|6.||Jan 05, 2005:||Rainy Wednesday a.m. |
Sax-bass-drums trio -- free jazz with an accessible air. Most tracks have nicely complex jazz heads, a twisty modern kind of bebop. There's a genteel European air to the writing, although most tracks flash some wild abandon in the solos (7 is a great example). Carrier on sax is of course the star, spilling out plenty of lengthy, rapid-fire licks.|
Fans of Steve Lacy or even Lee Konitz should feel welcome here. Really nice stuff that wouldn't be out of place on a mainstream jazz docket -- every track is a pleasure.
Every track mid/fast unless otherwise noted.
1- Mid/fast into playful boplike soloing
2- Tumbling theme, slows down a bit for soloing. Gets crashing.
3- Toe-tapping intro. Nice free-jazz feel with aggressive spots.
4- Loping mid/fast head, into a jazz walk and some great soloing
5- Quieter, still mid/fast. Pleasant. More strident second half.
6- Expansive, free feel. Slows down for cutely careful segment.
7- Mid/fast, energetic. Cute ballet-like opening.
8- Fast sax over light, buzzy background. Delivers fast bop soloing.
|3.||Open Conversation||7.||La Danse De Grand-Mie|