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Rick Jones & Gary Brunotte | Conversations

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by Rick Jones & Gary Brunotte

Acoustic jazz Piano & Bass duets on standard tunes. It's full of melodic interplay and improvisation. Goes great with champagne, chocolate and candlelight.
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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  Song Share Time Download
1. The Night Has A Thousand Eyes
8:44 album only
2. Emily
7:01 album only
3. So Danco Samba
5:46 album only
4. I Hear A Rhapsody
5:46 album only
5. Angel Eyes
7:35 album only
6. Smile
5:44 album only
7. Alone Together
7:14 album only
8. Corcovado
6:57 album only
9. Silver's Serenade
3:55 album only
10. I Love You
5:56 album only


Album Notes
Gary Brunotte(Piano) & Rick Jones(Bass) perform their own brand of lyrical jazz, influenced by the tradition, but in their own personal voice. As exhibited in 'Conversations,' they love the Great American Songbook. This CD of duets is full of interplay and sensitivity.

Both Rick & Gary currently live in the North Carolina Triangle (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill)and frequently play nightclubs. Gary is a Berklee Graduate and former instructor. His first CD, Yesterday's Dream, was released in 1993, featuring Eric Marienthal on Sax and Gary on Piano. It received excellent reviews in both JazzTimes and Billboard. Not only is Rick a wonderful Bassist, he has a PhD in Electrical Engineering and he is the founder of The Acoustic Image, makers of leading edge amplifiers.

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Wes Gillespie

The whole album has a relaxed feel about it ... the perfect balance between the
The latest set from Minnesotan pianist Gary Brunnotte sees him line up with bassist Rick Jones for a ten set extravaganza of Latin and jazz standards. Although a talented composer himself Gary has decided to interpret such classics as 'So Danco Samba', 'Corcovado', 'Emily', 'I Hear A Rhapsody', 'I Love You' and 'Silver's Serenade'.
The duo's version of Horace Silver's 'Silver's Seranade' is one of the album's highlights and blends the free-form exchange between the two instruments as they offset and compliment each other on this mid tempo piece.
The whole album has a relaxed feel about it and needs no effort to listen to, no abstraction and the perfect balance between the duo. The choice of material compliments this marriage and the arrangements have just enough complexity to extend the two musicians.

ed @ marcovig

great music for the cocktail hour
Just what I was looking for;it was like being in a plush