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Tangent trio

Gary Peacock
Page added Sep 8, 2017 Updated Sep 15, 2017

Hear the latest from bassist Gary Peacock and his trio of Marc Copeland and Joey Baron - their second outing together as a trio on ECM.

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An ECM stalwart, bassist Gary Peacock is perhaps best known for his role in Keith Jarrett's iconic 'standards' trio - along with drummer Jack DeJohnette. He's also a capable band leader in his own right, and on his latest album Tangents, he's put together a series of standards and originals with a trio featuring Marc Copeland on piano and Joey Baron on drums.

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Tangent trio

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Sep 11, 2017. 2:00pm - 2:30pm
Sep 16, 2017. 10:00am - 10:30am

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Gary Peacock (born May 12, 1935, in Burley, Idaho, United States) is an American jazz double-bassist. Biography: After military service in Germany, in the early sixties he worked on the west coast with Barney Kessel, Bud Shank, Paul Bley and Art Pepper, then moved to New York. He worked there with Bley, the Bill Evans Trio (with Paul Motian), and Albert Ayler's trio with Sunny Murray. There...

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On Sep 12, 2017. 9:43am
ABC Jazz said

Thanks Christopher ;)

On Sep 11, 2017. 10:28pm
Anonymous said

Agree with your observations made during new releases concerning Tangent's unusual take on "Blue In Green" Henry. My somewhat surprised ears were delightedly 'wrong-footed' on hearing this sublime version for the first time!
Christopher Lynch.

On Sep 8, 2017. 11:41am
Anonymous said

Sounds great. Now I must make an admission at this point Dear Moderator. Frankly, I'm an ECM obsessive who believes the legendary Manfred Eicher can do no wrong! I adore the sublime somewhat Nordic ECM sound, the expressiveness yet spare elegance of its album covers - combing stunning photography often in black and white, and even the type font. A new ECM release is something I'm prone to purchase on sheer impulse. This album featuring three creative spirits, is on my latest wish list.
Christopher Lynch

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