|M.O.B. Trio / Quite Live In Brooklyn|
|Album:||Quite Live In Brooklyn||Collection:||Jazz|
|Add Date:||2005-09-18||Pull Date:||2005-11-20||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||20 Nov||13 Nov||23 Oct||25 Sep|
|1.||Apr 17, 2009:||Memory Select |
Play Some D
|4.||Oct 21, 2005:||Memory Select |
|2.||Nov 14, 2005:||Deep In The Groove |
|5.||Sep 23, 2005:||Memory Select |
Play Some D
|3.||Nov 11, 2005:||Memory Select |
|6.||Sep 23, 2005:||No Cover, No Minimum |
Calm jamming, mostly slow, in an accessible sax-bass-drums contest. Some tracks concentrate on catchy melody (7), but many use a modern-bop composition to launch into a calm groove, i.e. this isn't necessarily stuff you'd hum along to. Still very accessible and could make a nice cool-down break for many shows. |
Matt Wilson on drums is the "name" player here -- check out his slightly twisted straight-bop solo albums in the library. Ohad Talmor did a 2004 sextet CD with Steve Swallow called "The Bum's Tale."
1- Slowly wandering improv
2- Low-key, a steady mid/fast intro.
3- Slow and playful, a bit showtuney
4- Upbeat midtempo chugging
5- Slow. Very quiet for the first 1:30.
6- Slow. Starts scattery and free (but slow).
7- Cute melody, mid/slow
8- Applause and band intro. 22 seconds.
9- Upbeat energy, sparse at first but gets burning
|1.||Peer Form 4||5.||Warmer In Heaven|
|2.||Play Some D||6.||Suspicion|
|3.||A'hundred Dollars||7.||Little Star|