The Oxnard Sessions, Vol. One
Download links and information about The Oxnard Sessions, Vol. One by Mike Garson. This album was released in 1990 and it belongs to Jazz, Crossover Jazz genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 01:15:47 minutes.
|Genre:||Jazz, Crossover Jazz|
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|2.||Nothin' to Do Blues||5:35|
|4.||Wind Beneath My Wings||6:00|
|7.||Sweet and Lovely||7:43|
|8.||Oh Lady Be Good||5:46|
|9.||Nothin' to Do Blues (Alternate Take)||7:17|
|10.||Sweet and Lovely (Alternate Take)||7:13|
|11.||Tenderly (Alternate Take)||4:06|
|12.||Spontaneity (alternate take)||6:42|
This is a strictly acoustic set by pianist Mike Garson who has had a diverse and productive career. Most of the tracks (which include four alternate takes) feature Garson in a trio with the underrated bassist Brian Bromberg and drummer Billy Mintz. Bob Shepherd (on tenor and alto) and trumpeter Bob Summers help out in a mostly supportive role on two numbers. Garson is the dominant player throughout, sounding a bit like McCoy Tyner on "Without Self," showing sly humor on "Nothin' To Do Blues," giving "Tenderly" (particularly the second version) an investigation worthy of Lennie Tristano), adding some unexpected twists and turns to "Lady Be Good" and jamming over his own intense bassline in a duet with guitarist Rick Zunigar on "Solar." Recommended.