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Anthony Wilson Trio

Jack Of Hearts

  • The Anthony Wilson Trio - Jack Of Hearts
  • 01. Mezcal (3:45)
  • 02. Jack of Hearts (5:48)
  • 03. Hawk Eyes (5:44)
  • 04. Carnegie Blues (7:44)
  • 05. Theme From Chinatown (8:10)
  • 06. Vida Perdida Acabou (4:24)
  • 07. Orange Crate Art (4:58)
  • 08. Harajuku (4:09)
  • 09. Zweet Zursday (7:36)
  • 10. Homecoming (5:49)
  • Anthony Wilson Trio
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Nr kat.: GRV1046
Label  : Groove Note

The ten tracks consist of three originals by Wilson - son of legendary band leader Gerald Wilson - plus two he wrote in collaboration with his B-3 cohort here, Larry Goldings. Duke Ellington is the source of two of the tracks, there’s one from Coleman Hawkins, and even one from Van Dyke Parks. The compelling theme from Polanski’s film masterpiece Chinatown is the lengthiest track at over eight minutes. The opening Mezcal rides on a catchy rhythmic undercurrent that won’t stop. Both Ellington tunes are rarely heard, with his Carnegie Blues given a relaxed treatment with a nice solos from Goldings and Wilson. A Latin flavor suffuses the bouncy Vida Perdida Acabou, and Van Dyke Parks' Orange Crate Art becomes a slowly loping lovely ballad. A number of the tunes seem to have a more insistent minimalist character than I’ve heard on Wilson’s previous albums, as in the Japanese punk sound of Harajuku and the annoying, plodding drum punctuations of the final track, Homecoming. Sounds like the homecoming of a soldier who lost a leg. I’m glad it’s the final track so I can easily skip it after this. -- John Henry


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