Pandelis Karayorgis | Pools (feat. Nate McBride & Luther Gray)

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Pools (feat. Nate McBride & Luther Gray)

by Pandelis Karayorgis

Pandelis Karayorgis, piano Nate McBride, bass Luther Gray, drums Driff Records 1802 www.driffrecords.com
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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1. Roil
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2. Last One
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3. How Daisies Jiggle
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4. Entanglement
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5. Allbyitself
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6. Blues
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7. Neumes
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8. Slack Tide
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
All compositions (except tracks 2 & 6) by Pandelis Karayorgis: © Stray Line Publishing, ASCAP. Recorded in Cambridge, Mass., July 18, 2018. Recording, mixing, and cover art by Pandelis Karayorgis. Graphic layout by Hidde Dijkstra.

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Pools brings together three long-time musical collaborators into a new trio. Karayorgis has worked in other piano trios with McBride (with Randy Peterson and Curt Newton) and Gray (with Jef Charland) before, but here they play off of an expanded conception of restrained intensity and three-way dialogue that adds a new chapter to this thread. The three have forged a strong musical bond over the years by playing together in many different formations and are currently playing frequently as the rhythm section of the quintet Cutout (along with trombonist Jeb Bishop and saxophonist Jorrit Dijkstra). For this set, made in July 2018 during an informal house recording session, they get a chance to stretch out as a trio, playing mostly original pieces by Karayorgis along with a free improvisation and a blues.

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