Originally posted on April 10, 2008
The jazz of today falls into many stylistic categories. The post-Coltrane school is one of them, as it has been since the master’s death in 1967. A good new CD in this vein features drummer Eric McPherson’s band on Continuum (Smalls).
McPherson has a dynamic and creative style and saxman Abraham Burton shows an expressive affinity with the Trane legacy but has a personal well-burnished approach that livens the proceedings considerably. The whole band is top notch. It’s a very good listen indeed and I hope Mr. McPherson comes out with another soon!
Monday, December 7, 2009
Eric McPherson Makes Solid Post-Coltrane Music
Posted by Grego Applegate Edwards at 7:33 AM
Labels: modern jazz
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