Monday, 16 May 2011

Charlie Hayden Quartet West: sophisticated Lady-review.

Now that swoony string augmented with six low-light singers familiar with Charlie Haden, American bassist (the Barbican plays may 21-22), his groundbreaking recordings Ornette Coleman, 1950's and Keith Jarrett's 1970s comparison he now 25-year-old string quartet West overly elegant-look further for that ensemble might be. However, the patient for Hayden's lyricism and dedication of the classic songs of melodies always impersonate strength and perfect touch displays. Vocalist Cassandra Wilson, Diana Krall, Melody Gardot, Norah Jones, Renee Fleming, bassist of his wife, joined the standard via Ruth Cameron, this charming agitation, Repertory band famous for its lesser-known songs, but also cool grouping instrumental Quartet itself running half an hour, sax player Ernie Watts and pianist Alan Broadbent features improvisation usually surefooted series. Shiny Wilson's bass my love is a love w/ sax-based Hayden in enveloped in a such slightly underplayed slow burn of the major highlights opera singer, Fleming. However, for all the performances but quietly to do right thing instinctively to Hayden touches. France jazz album charts are this for what weeks ago is not.

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