Peter Ponzol & Abbey Rader | It's Time

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It's Time

by Peter Ponzol & Abbey Rader

A diverse set of soulful, improvised music by two master musicians who share a 40-year history.
Genre: Jazz: Free Jazz
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1. Hunger
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2. Opposition
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3. Dervish Dance
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4. Many Mansions
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5. Achievement
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6. Ichowa
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7. It's Time
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8. I've Got Humor
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9. Peace
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10. Water Fall
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11. Hear the Light
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Abbey and I have been playing together since the mid-60s, first in Miami, then NYC during the 70s and Europe in the 80s. We got together again in the 90s and this recording is a result of the very special communication we have always had. While a recording of just saxophone and percussion isn’t unusual, I know that there are no other two players who could deliver what is on this album. All pieces are first takes and are based on short themes that were mostly composed in the moment. So called “free or avant-garde jazz” often lacks the beauty and musical development heard here.

Peter Ponzol
April 18, 2016

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