Ricardo Grilli | 1954

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1954

by Ricardo Grilli

Guitarist/composer Ricardo Grilli explores personal, musical and cosmic history on 1954, on Tone Rogue Records. Features the stellar line-up of pianist Aaron Parks, bassist Joe Martin and drummer Eric Harland.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Arcturus
6:17 album only
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2. Breathe
3:41 album only
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3. Pogo56
7:13 album only
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4. Radiance
6:32 album only
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5. Rings
4:45 album only
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6. Far Away Shores
5:59 album only
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7. Cosmonauts
6:33 album only
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8. Vertigo
5:25 album only
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9. Pulse
6:17 album only
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Album Notes
"There’s an attractively questing quality in the album’s opener, “Arcturus,” named after the brightest star in the Northern sky. Featuring an A-list rhythm team — the pianist Aaron Parks, the bassist Joe Martin, the drummer Eric Harland — it has a driving rock groove over which Mr. Grilli unfurls a coolly billowing solo." - Nate Chinen, NYTimes

"This is a fine example of four distinctive musicians fitting together well to make fine music. Grilli is a very capable guitarist and he mixes very well with the flash and power of his comrades." - All About Jazz

"Ricardo Grilli, remember that name. Judging by his 2 albums, he's a fine composer, a smart player, an excellent arranger, and, chances are good, he'll be making great music for a long time." - Richard Kamins

“Evocative, ethereal, and eclectic… Grilli [hits] that sweet spot somewhere between post bop and the avant garde.” – Critical Jazz

“Excellent... Can't stop listening.” – Steve Greenlee, JazzTimes

"Ricardo Grilli, remember that name. Judging by his 2 albums, he's a fine composer, a smart player, an excellent arranger, and, chances are good, he'll be making great music for a long time." - Richard Kamins, Step Tempest

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