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Teodross Avery - My Generation (1996)

28-07-2016, 11:35
Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: My Generation
Year Of Release: 1996
Label: Impulse!
Genre: Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue, artwork)
Total Time: 69:08
Total Size: 423 MB


01 - Addis Ababa
02 - Mode For My Father
03 - Theme For Malcolm
04 - Lover Man
05 - To The East
06 - Mr Wonsey
07 - Salome
08 - Sphere
09 - My Generation
10 - Anytime Anyplace
11 - It's About That Time

Teodross Avery - tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone
John Scofield - guitar
Mark Whitfield - guitar
Peter Bernstein - guitar
Charles Craig - piano
Rodney Whitaker - bass
Greg Hutchinson - drums
Andrew Daniels - percussion

Jazz saxophonist Teodross Avery is only in his early 20s, but he has already graduated from the Berklee School of Music and recorded two major-label albums. Unlike so many young Marsalis acolytes with an academic background, however, Avery isn't tied to a conservative vision of jazz history. This album contains elements of funk, fusion, hip-hop, and free-jazz, and that's why he called it My Generation. This modern eclecticism wouldn't matter a bit if Avery weren't able to incorporate these ingredients into swinging, bluesy solos or if he weren't able to project such a gutsy, distinctive voice on his tenor and soprano saxes. He joins James Carter and Joshua Redman as the most promising saxophonists of their generation. In any setting, Avery displays a remarkable discipline for one so young, preferring to play the few notes that matter rather than show off his speed. --Geoffrey Himes

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