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In New York

Steve Grossman with McCoy Tyner, Avery Sharp, Art Taylor

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For his second Dreyfus Jazz album, Grossman ventures into New York's Sweet Basil club, with a stellar piano trio (McCoy Tyner, Avery Sharp, Art Taylor) in tow. With this kind of firepower, the listener is usually guaranteed a satisfying level of cooking jazz, and that's certainly what we get here, though it seldom rises above that into a higher region. Grossman's tune choices are mostly predictable standards, the one exception being his own cheeky title "Love for Sal," a bop-style number where the bass and then the piano double the tune's lead sax statement. Throughout, Grossman likes to fire away the eighth notes in that pungent, Sonny Rollins-influenced tenor tone, with Tyner often temporarily (and generously) dropping out so that the saxophonist can develop freer melodic patterns over the bass and drums. "Impressions" -- taken virtually at Tyner's late employer John Coltrane's tempo -- does achieve a special ignition, driven hard by Taylor, with some exploration of multiphonics by an inspired Grossman. Otherwise, a mostly solid live session of post-bop.
© Richard S. Ginell /TiVo

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1
Speak Low Live
00:13:16

Steve Grossman, MainArtist

1992 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company 1992 1991 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

2
My Ship Live
00:09:46

Steve Grossman, MainArtist

1992 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company 1993 1991 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

3
Softly as in a Morning Sunrise Live
00:12:09

Steve Grossman, MainArtist

1992 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company 1993 1991 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

4
Impressions Live
00:10:16

Steve Grossman, MainArtist

1992 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company 1993 1991 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

5
Over the Rainbow Live
00:09:30

Steve Grossman, MainArtist

1992 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company 1991 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

6
Love for Sale Live
00:08:57

Steve Grossman, MainArtist

1992 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company 1993 1991 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

7
Good Bait Live
00:09:02

Steve Grossman, MainArtist

1992 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company 1993 1991 Francis Dreyfus Music SARL, a BMG Company

Album Description

For his second Dreyfus Jazz album, Grossman ventures into New York's Sweet Basil club, with a stellar piano trio (McCoy Tyner, Avery Sharp, Art Taylor) in tow. With this kind of firepower, the listener is usually guaranteed a satisfying level of cooking jazz, and that's certainly what we get here, though it seldom rises above that into a higher region. Grossman's tune choices are mostly predictable standards, the one exception being his own cheeky title "Love for Sal," a bop-style number where the bass and then the piano double the tune's lead sax statement. Throughout, Grossman likes to fire away the eighth notes in that pungent, Sonny Rollins-influenced tenor tone, with Tyner often temporarily (and generously) dropping out so that the saxophonist can develop freer melodic patterns over the bass and drums. "Impressions" -- taken virtually at Tyner's late employer John Coltrane's tempo -- does achieve a special ignition, driven hard by Taylor, with some exploration of multiphonics by an inspired Grossman. Otherwise, a mostly solid live session of post-bop.
© Richard S. Ginell /TiVo

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