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David Janeway: Interchange

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Straightahead / Mainstream Jazz
premiera polska:
2024-04-17
kontynent: Ameryka Północna
kraj: USA
opakowanie: Jewelcaseowe etui
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Editorial Reviews
The leader of this album pianist/composer/psychiatrist David Janeway has been playing an active role on the New York jazz scene for the past four decades leading a handful of different ensembles. This album made available after 30 years from the recording testifies David's timeless and compelling ability of music making.

NYC Jazz Record
"This previously unissued studio date (from 1993) finds him in top form, and features the forceful rhythm section of Harvie S (bass) and Steve Johns (drums). The strong opener is the Janeway-composed title track, a driving post-bop vehicle with a bit of Afro-Cuban rhythm worked into the mix. The pianist’s inventive approach to standards and jazz classics is also noteworthy …. It is a shame that this session remained hidden from the jazz audience for three decades, as it reveals Janeway as a creative force, even back in his early thirties"
by Ken Dryden

All About Jazz
"His sound-in his teaming with bassist Harvie S and drummer Steve Johns-has a brightness and buoyancy. The title tune, another original, sparkles with an energetic trio dynamic, and the Gershwin brothers “Who Cares” has a lighthearted vibe"
by Dan McClenaghan

Cadence
"A skilled composer and pianist capable of creating music that is imaginative, sensitive and often exciting"
by David Franklin

All Music Guide
"The best jazz recordings are timeless and sound as viable and exciting decades after they were created as they did when they were brand new. Certainly Interchange, a previously unreleased set by pianist David Janeway from 1993, could pass for a newly recorded project. No one would ever guess that its performances are over 30 years old. Throughout the album, two things are obvious. Even at that comparatively early stage, Janeway had his own personal sound within the modern mainstream of jazz. He was also quite versatile and confident, not shy to display some of his influences and inspirations while always sounding like himself. …Janeway with subtle support by Harvie S and Steve Johns, is heard throughout Interchange in prime form. His timeless album is well worth acquiring"
by Scott Yanow

Dusty Groove
This session from pianist David Janeway, done at a time when he was really hitting his stride-moving across the keys of the piano with this intuitive sense of feeling that makes for a very special record! The quality is a bit hard to describe, but if you’ve heard other Janeway sessions from the 90s, you’ll know what we mean- a lyrical swing that’s never sleepy or sloppy, and which always seems to sparkle with these fresh combinations of notes, yet never in a way that’s trying too hard, or seems forced! The rhythm work of Harvie S on bass and Steve Johns on drums is a perfect complement to Janeway’s piano-and on one track, they’re joined by Pete Yellin on alto, for a great reading of “Invitation".

muzycy:
David Janeway: piano
Harvie S: bass
Steve Johns: drums
Pete Yellin: alto saxophone on track 4

utwory:
1. INTERCHANGE
2. WHO CARES
3. YOU'RE MY EVERYTHING
4. INVITATION
5. THE SCENE IS CLEAN
6. RETURN
7. YOURS IS MY HEART ALONE
8. LAST EMBRACE
9. VERY EARL

wydano: September 2023
nagrano: Recorded at The Studio, New York March 22, 1993

more info2: www.davidjaneway.com

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SteepleChase
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piano
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1CD
Data premiery
2024-04-17
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