Garrison Fewell | A Blue Deeper Than the Blue

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A Blue Deeper Than the Blue

by Garrison Fewell

Swinging, modern mainstream jazz guitar at its best! Fewell's gorgeous originals sound like '60's Blue Note era and his interpretation of Benny Golson's "Park Avenue Petit" is easily on par with Pat Martino's earlier version from the Muse lp "East."
Genre: Jazz: Jazz quartet
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Out of the Past (feat. Fred Hersch, Cecil McBee & Matt Wilson)
8:25 album only
2. Moon Over Mt. Sumeru (feat. Cecil McBee, Matt Wilson & Fred Hersch)
12:03 album only
3. Simone (feat. Cecil McBee, Matt Wilson & Fred Hersch)
11:35 album only
4. U Mandara Ke (Mandara Flower) (feat. Fred Hersch, Cecil McBee & Matt Wilson)
7:48 album only
5. Brazilian Breeze (feat. Fred Hersch, Cecil McBee & Matt Wilson)
12:20 album only
6. Park Avenue Petite (feat. Fred Hersch, Cecil McBee & Matt Wilson)
10:46 album only
7. Blues Update (feat. Fred Hersch, Cecil McBee & Matt Wilson)
9:13 album only
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Garrison's debut recording, "A Blue Deeper Than the Blue" on Accurate Records brought him recognition as one of the freshest guitar voices
emerging in the 1990's, won him the 1993 Boston Music Award for Best Jazz Album of the Year, and a place in the Top Ten Records of the Year
by United Press International and Coda Magazine Critic's Choice.

Guitar Player Magazine highly praised Garrison's performance: "Garrison Fewell's dusky archtop tone and probing bop lines evoke the spirit of
50's and 60's jazz heavies. Pat Martino's adventurous melodies, Kenny Burrell's unhurried swing, and Jim Hall's pensive harmonies echo within
Fewell's laid-back playing. He's got a mature, lived-in sound that's simulataneously cerebral and blue. So fine.... we guitar junkies want our stuff uncut when it's this good!" Andy Widders-Ellis

Wired Magazine described Garrison, "His beautiful tone and effortless, fluid lines draw the listener in as only a select few have done. A fine guitarist who appeals on the sublime, emotional level of a Bill Evans or a Jim Hall."

Todd Kennedy of WFIT, Melbourne, FL called Garrison, "The Bill Evans of the Guitar!"

Featuring Grammy Nominated pianist Fred Hersch, renowned bassist Cecil McBee and veteran drummer Matt Wilson.



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