Lindsey Horner | One More Forever

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One More Forever

by Lindsey Horner

A set of solo acoustic bass music by this formidable genre spanning musician. With drummer Jeff Berman on 5 of the 10 tracks.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. What Might Have Been
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2. Dervish
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3. Long Time Comin' / Long Time Gone
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4. All the Time in the World
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5. Let's Cool One
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6. Sharing Is Caring
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7. Wreckage on the Shores of Now
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8. Fania
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9. Minority
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10. What Else Might Have Been
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Liner notes for "One More Forever" by the great bassist, composer and educator, Ronan Guilfoyle

When you look for the unique qualities of the bass in jazz what you find are such qualites as depth, warmth, groove, weight, soulfulness. “One More Forever” has all of these qualities, and more. On every track on this album the listener is enveloped by the generosity of the sound and the music. This is music of warmth, of depth, of groove – music that reflects all the things that are best about the bass, but that require a master craftsman and deep musician to bring out. Lindsey Horner is such a musician.

Lindsey has been a performer at the highest level on the New York scene for over thirty years. His great musicianship, versatility, big sound and genuine love of music and music making, has ensured he is given the utmost respect by the denizens of the toughest music scene in the world. His huge sound, great intonation, virtuosity and groove are all in evidence here on every track. From the lyricism of “What Might Have Been” and “What Else Might Have Been”, which bookend the album, to the rhythmic power of the groove tunes and the walking bass lines, all the unique facets of the bass are displayed here, including arco, traditionally a bête noire for jazz bassists, but which Lindsey uses to great expressive effect and shows how the bow can be used for much more than just playing the last note of a ballad.

The bass spends much of its time working in tandem with drummers, creating grooves, making the music feel good. There is a combined energy brought about by the way a great bassist and drummer work together. That through the wonderful drummer Jeff Berman Lindsey has brought this aspect of bass playing to this recording, is a master stroke. With all other extraneous detail pared away, the sheer vibe, power and joy of what a great bassist and drummer can achieve together is brought to the forefront of the music by Lindsey and Jeff – check out the joyful grooves of “Dervish”, and “Fania”, the earthiness of the backbeat on “Long Time Comin’/Long Time Gone”, and, on Monk’s ‘Let’s Cool One’, the demonstration of how odd meter pieces can have as deep a pocket as anything dressed in more conventional musical trousers!

This is music of the bass, music of virtuosity (“Minority”!) and lyricism. Above all, music of warmth and soulfulness. Anyone who knows Lindsey and his music, will recognise these qualities as being completely representative of both the man and the wonderful artistic path he has travelled all his musical life, and which, through this great recording, he shares with us once more.

- Ronan Guilfoyle, Dublin, Ireland / February 2017


Track listing:

1. What Might Have Been

2. Dervish

3. Long Time Comin' / Long Time Gone (for Milt Hinton)

4. All The Time In The World (for Andrea)

5. Let's Cool One (for Ronan Guilfoyle)

6. Sharing is Caring

7. Wreckage On The Shores of Now

8. Fania (for my sister, Anne, and all those Nuyorican AM radio stations)

9. Minority

10. What Else Might Have Been

Technical information:

Lindsey Horner - acoustic bass
Jeff Berman - drums on 2,3,4,7,8

All compositions by Lindsey Horner (Maireglough Music/BMI)
except
"Let's Cool One" by Thelonious Monk (Thelonious Monk Music Corp/BMI)
and
"Minority" by Gigi Gryce (Jacogg Publishing/ASCAP)

Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by Randy Crafton at Kaleidoscope Sound (www.Kaleidoscopesound.com)
Assisted by Kyle Cassel and Jeremy Delaney

Photography by Judy Schiller
Additional artwork by Andrea Wood
Graphic design by Scott Friedlander

Special thanks to Robin Horner

www.lindseyhorner.com

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