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Generations - Dedicated to Woody Shaw

Alex Sipiagin, Adam Rogers, Boris Koslov, Antionio Sanchex

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Russian-born trumpeter Alex Sipiagin's tenth recording as a leader apart from his chores with the Mingus Big Band gives homage to his first and greatest influence, Woody Shaw. On this split program of originals and selections from Shaw's repertoire, Sipiagin plays a more basic brass horn than did his highly advanced, harmonically futuristic idol, but there's an added wrinkle to this program that Shaw never really explored. Electric guitarist Adam Rogers is along for the ride, drastically morphing these tunes to a fusion style that Shaw only touched upon -- refer to the early-'70s album Blackstone Legacy. In sparser frameworks, Sipiagin and this piano-less quartet bring new meaning to Shaw's influential music, which has stood the test of time for some four decades. Where "Obsequious" was in its initial form a scorching hard bop number via its composer, organist Larry Young, here it's parsed and slowed, demanding that you listen closely to hear the original melody. Most faithful to the original versions are the lovely "Katrina Ballerina" and "Cassandranite," while "Blues for Wood" is led out by bassist Boris Koslov before heading into a fresh-sounding, choppy refrain. Of the newer works by the leader, the two-part "Greenwood" bookends the date in a more modal context, with the sneaky guitar style that Rogers has by now perfected. Drummer Antonio Sanchez keeps the pace light but lively throughout, while fellow Mingus Big Band member Koslov is brilliant no matter the tempo or rhythmic role he plays. As a tandem, Sipiagin and Rogers have hit upon something unique, blurring the cloudy lines of Shaw's music in a way that he might have were he alive today. Where most tribute projects imitate far too frequently, Generations is one that actually expands on the virtues of its intended icon.
© Michael G. Nastos /TiVo

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Greenwood I
Alex Sipiagin
00:08:46

Adam Rogers, MainArtist - Alex Sipiagin, Composer, MainArtist - Boris Koslov, MainArtist - Antionio Sanchex, MainArtist

(C) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz (P) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz

2
Obsequious
Alex Sipiagin
00:05:53

L. Young, Composer - Adam Rogers, MainArtist - Alex Sipiagin, MainArtist - Boris Koslov, MainArtist - Antionio Sanchex, MainArtist

(C) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz (P) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz

3
Cassandranite
Alex Sipiagin
00:05:54

Adam Rogers, MainArtist - Woody Shaw, Composer - Alex Sipiagin, MainArtist - Boris Koslov, MainArtist - Antionio Sanchex, MainArtist

(C) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz (P) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz

4
Beyond All Limits
Alex Sipiagin
00:07:38

Adam Rogers, MainArtist - Woody Shaw, Composer - Alex Sipiagin, MainArtist - Boris Koslov, MainArtist - Antionio Sanchex, MainArtist

(C) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz (P) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz

5
Windy Bahn
Alex Sipiagin
00:08:40

Adam Rogers, MainArtist - Alex Sipiagin, Composer, MainArtist - Boris Koslov, MainArtist - Antionio Sanchex, MainArtist

(C) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz (P) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz

6
Katrina Ballerina
Alex Sipiagin
00:07:16

Adam Rogers, MainArtist - Woody Shaw, Composer - Alex Sipiagin, MainArtist - Boris Koslov, MainArtist - Antionio Sanchex, MainArtist

(C) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz (P) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz

7
Chance
Alex Sipiagin
00:07:17

Adam Rogers, MainArtist - Alex Sipiagin, Composer, MainArtist - Boris Koslov, MainArtist - Antionio Sanchex, MainArtist

(C) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz (P) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz

8
Blues For Wood
Alex Sipiagin
00:08:17

Adam Rogers, MainArtist - Woody Shaw, Composer - Alex Sipiagin, MainArtist - Boris Koslov, MainArtist - R. Matthews, Composer - Antionio Sanchex, MainArtist

(C) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz (P) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz

9
Greenwood II
Alex Sipiagin
00:08:09

Adam Rogers, MainArtist - Alex Sipiagin, Composer, MainArtist - Boris Koslov, MainArtist - Antionio Sanchex, MainArtist

(C) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz (P) 2010 Criss Cross Jazz

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Russian-born trumpeter Alex Sipiagin's tenth recording as a leader apart from his chores with the Mingus Big Band gives homage to his first and greatest influence, Woody Shaw. On this split program of originals and selections from Shaw's repertoire, Sipiagin plays a more basic brass horn than did his highly advanced, harmonically futuristic idol, but there's an added wrinkle to this program that Shaw never really explored. Electric guitarist Adam Rogers is along for the ride, drastically morphing these tunes to a fusion style that Shaw only touched upon -- refer to the early-'70s album Blackstone Legacy. In sparser frameworks, Sipiagin and this piano-less quartet bring new meaning to Shaw's influential music, which has stood the test of time for some four decades. Where "Obsequious" was in its initial form a scorching hard bop number via its composer, organist Larry Young, here it's parsed and slowed, demanding that you listen closely to hear the original melody. Most faithful to the original versions are the lovely "Katrina Ballerina" and "Cassandranite," while "Blues for Wood" is led out by bassist Boris Koslov before heading into a fresh-sounding, choppy refrain. Of the newer works by the leader, the two-part "Greenwood" bookends the date in a more modal context, with the sneaky guitar style that Rogers has by now perfected. Drummer Antonio Sanchez keeps the pace light but lively throughout, while fellow Mingus Big Band member Koslov is brilliant no matter the tempo or rhythmic role he plays. As a tandem, Sipiagin and Rogers have hit upon something unique, blurring the cloudy lines of Shaw's music in a way that he might have were he alive today. Where most tribute projects imitate far too frequently, Generations is one that actually expands on the virtues of its intended icon.
© Michael G. Nastos /TiVo

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