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Ken Peplowski Quartet

When you wish upon a star

Ken Peplowski Tenor Sax Quartet - When You Wish Upon A Star Ken Peplowski - tenor sax 01. Good Morning Heartache (6:47) 02. The Shadow Of Your Smaile (5:31) 03. In The Wee Small Hours (5:16) 04. Cry Me A River (7:47) 05. How Deep Is The Ocean? (6:13) 06. I Wished On The Moon (5:23) 07. I Should Care (5:32) 08. Lucky To Be Me (7:04) 09. Zingaro (5:02) 10. When You Wish Upon A Star (5:28) 11. Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year (4:45)
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139.00 PLN

2 CD (miniLP):

Nr kat.: VHCD78022-3
Label  : VENUS (Japan)

w technologi 24 BIT HYPER MAGNUM SOUND!

>>Hyper Magnum Sound - to wyjątkowo subtelny proces 24 bitowego masteringu, w wyniku którego dźwięk uzyskuje bardzo głęboki, miękki i soczysty wymiar. Nagrania w tej technologii zachwycają urodą i klimatem jazzowej ballady, improwizacji, a także vocalem. Nikt nie potrafi tak ożywić brzmienia instrumentów jak Venus Records. Record dates made by American jazz musicians for the Japanese jazz market are often a bit different in their approach. These 2006 sessions, recorded by Ken Peplowski over two days with pianist Ted Rosenthal, bassist Gary Mazzaroppi, and drummer Jeff Brillinger, are unusual in that ten standards (all ballads) are featured, though with the leader playing one version on tenor sax, then immediately following it with another on clarinet. The players are capable enough in varying the approach to each tune with the different instrumentation, with Peplowski's smoky tenor and lyrical clarinet satisfying the listener each time. But one would bet that most listeners would rather have this two-CD set programmed with one disc devoted to each instrument, rather than hearing each song twice in a row. Rosenthal, the last pianist to work with the late great baritone saxophonist Gerry Mulligan, is the consummate accompanist, while Mazzaroppi and Brillinger also prove flawless in their respective roles. The contrast is best heard in the two versions of "How Deep Is the Ocean," where the slow, vibrato tenor take is distinctly different from the brisker, light-hearted clarinet arrangement. Many of these tracks are perfect for late-night listening, while fans of Ken Peplowski will definitely want this enjoyable, if somewhat pricey, import.


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