Brian Baggett Trio | 2012

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by Brian Baggett Trio

Jazz guitar trio music influenced by Jim Hall, Bill Evans, Keith Jarrett, Kurt Rosenwinkel and Bill Frisell.
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
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After many years as a jazz sideman and leading the fusion group DOJO, guitarist Brian Baggett has released a jazz trio record featuring Bill McKemy and Josh Adams. The group’s sound is heavily influenced by Jim Hall and the Bill Evans Trio but has a modern approach influenced by artists like Keith Jarrett, Bill Frisell and Kurt Rosenwinkel. As for the warm thoughtful sound of the group Baggett explains “I wanted the group to have an identifiable sound to it. I knew I could achieve that with Bill and Josh but also wanted to keep that concept in mind when choosing songs and writing arrangements. I also went to great lengths to find the right guitar sound for the trio. With the right guitar tone it’s very easy to play in a beautiful and simple way. Over the last couple of years I’ve really started to understand the power of one note. I believe the power of one note starts with tone and energy. The guitar is a very expressive instrument and I am finding that a great tone comes from the fingers as much or more than the equipment.” Brian Baggett has appeared in Guitar Player Magazine, was featured in Jazz Ambassadors Guitars Galore cover story and appeared in the 2011 PBS special “Kansas City Jazz & Blues - Past, Present and future”. For over a decade Brian has been a regular on the Kansas City jazz scene working as a freelance guitarist and as a member of Ken Lovern’s OJT. He is the guitar Professor at Ottawa University.



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