Cd - For You by Brian Ogilvie (CD, Mar-2000, Arbors)

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Data pubblicazione: 14 Mar 2000 Formato: CD Casa scografica: Arbors UPC: 780941121629 Genere: Jazz Duration: Album or EP Sottogenere: -- Special Attributes: -- Ve Recensioni Informazioni sull'oggetto Album Features UPC: 780941121629 Artist: Brian Ogvie Format: CD Release Year: 2000 Record Label: Arbors Genre: Jazz General Track Listing1. Robbins Nest2. For You3. Nature Boy4. Tricotism5. Long Live the King6. All Too Soon7. And the Angels Swing8. S'posin'9. Ducky Wucky10. Twisted11. Evening Shadows12. Tain't What You Do (It's the Way That Cha Do It)13. Together14. Kansas City Stride15. Like It Is Detas Playing Time: 73 min. Producer: Mat Domber, Rachel Domber, Rachel & Mat Domber stributor: Allegro Corporation (st Recorng Type: Stuo Recorng Mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/a Album NotesPersonnel: Brian Ogvie (clarinet, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Gary Baldassari (recorder); Dan Barrett (cornet, trombone); John Sheridan (piano); Jeff Hamton (drums).Auo Mixer: Gary Baldassari.Liner Note Author: Ted O'Rely.Recorng information: Auo Images. Bradenton, Florid (01/10/1999-01/11/1999).Arrangers: Dan Barrett ; John Sheridan.Born in British Columbia, weaned on the jazz scene in Toronto, and currently living in New Orleans, ex-Jim Cullum sideman Brian Ogvie plays tasteful, even-keeled trational swing-to-bop tenor sax, clarinet, and a little alto. Cullum bandmate John Sheridan is here on piano; unsung bass hero Ph Flanigan and drummer Jeff Hamton back him up; and trombonist/cornetist Dan Barrett shows up on six of these 15 selections. Of the larger group efforts, the spirited "And the Angels Swing," the lightly meloc "S'posin'," and the bass-led "Ducky Wucky" use clarinet and muted trombone on second-line accents and traded solos. The perky "'Taint What You Do (It's the Way 'Cha Do It)" and the clean, bright "Kansas City Stride" bring clearly into focus the tenor/trombone tandem's compatibity. Propelled by Barrett's cornet and Ogvie's Benny Goodman-ish clarinet, "Long Live the King" is as good as swing gets. Ogvie's tenor is also quite capable of bopping, as splayed on the title track and the hard-swinging classics "Robbins Nest" and "Twisted." Whether working in lighter stride shangs for Sheridan's original "Evening Shadows" or in unison with Flanigan during Oscar Pettiford's "Tricrotism," Ogvie shows great flexibity. His dulcet, low-register clarinet lts on "Nature Boy" and swings in xieland style for the uptempo "Together." The drum-free ballad "All Too Soon" and the classic Erroll Garner repast "Like It Is" are two more standouts. Ogvie is a very competent player who's growing and developing in tuneful and trational ways. His sound should appeal to most early-period mavens, and whe no Coleman Hawkins or Ben Webster, he most assuredly is making the attempt to at least bask in their imposing shadows. His visage stands up well. ~ Michael G. Nastos CONTIONI MINT CD E' COME NUOVO