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Trio Reenactment

by Trio Reenactment

Trio Reenactment performs original acoustic jazz inspired by an eclectic mix of sounds.
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Groove Chick
3:29 $0.99
2. 7-24
5:03 $0.99
3. Relentless
3:44 $0.99
4. First in Line
5:31 $0.99
5. James
4:25 $0.99
6. What If
7:58 $0.99
7. John's Big Feet
3:03 $0.99
8. Move it Along
6:47 $0.99
9. Riding With Sveng
3:11 $0.99
10. Olivia
5:51 $0.99
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Album Notes
Trio Reenactment performs original acoustic jazz inspired by an eclectic mix of sounds. The members of the trio, bassist John Barron, pianist Sven Anderson, and drummer Rob Emanuel are all acclaimed veterans of the Detroit music scene. The group’s shared passion for the sounds of straight-ahead jazz, Afro-Cuban, Brazilian and soul music helps to create a distinctive style, spontaneous and forward-thinking. Their self-titled debut release focuses on the accessible nature of each composition, spontaneous group interplay and improvisational prowess.

Press Quotes
From All About Jazz:

\"\'Relentless\' features Barron laying down an ominous foundation behind a flashy (in the best sense of the word) piano/drums energy. “James” trips in on a light island rhythm, and “John\'s Big Feet” wears some quirky yet soulful dancing shoes. “Move It Along” does just what the title indicates, with a mainstream fluid momentum. Trio Reenactment proves itself a fine and distinctive piano trio affair.\" -Dan McClenaghan (

From EJazz News:

“A self titled debut by the rhythm-based acoustic jazz trio from Detroit, Trio Reenactment blends influences from Afro-Cuban and Brazilian grooves with contemporary straight-ahead jazz in one nice neat musical package. Canadian-born bassist John Barron and pianist Sven Anderson contribute ten original compositions and along with drummer Rob Emanuel deliver an enticing performance...Both Anderson and Barron deliver stylish phrasings on the moving Latin sounds of “Riding With Sveng” and end the session on the lovely ballad of “Olivia” with Emanuel on soft brush strokes as Barron takes one last bass line bow to finish a terrific set of music. From a listener’s perspective, “Trio Reenactment” provides a very pleasurable musical experience well worth many spins of enjoyment.” -Edward Blanco (

Band Bio

Sven Anderson - piano
Sven Anderson is a pianist specializing in jazz, but well versed in many styles, including funk, fusion, Brazilian, Afro-Cuban, Broadway shows and pop. His original compositions and arrangements have enhanced many recordings or performances. Adding to his arsenal of sound, is his soulful nylon string guitar playing of Brazilian music. He has served as musical director for the legendary Jimmy Scott and has performed with Earl Klugh, Cindy Blackman, Franz Jackson, Marcus Belgrave, J.C. Heard, Paul Keller, Larry Nozero, Tom Saunders, Charlie Gabriel and Ernie Krivda. He has headlined at the Ottawa Jazz Festival and Washington Street Jazz Festival. Sven holds a M.M. in composition from the Cleveland Institute of Music and was the first student at Oakland University to win for an original piano concerto. He has studied with David Sporney, Marvin “Doc” Holliday and Dr. Billy Taylor. He has had master classes with renowned composers Aaron Copland, George Crum and Virgil Thomson.

John Barron – upright bass
Canadian born bassist/guitarist John Barron has been performing professionally for over twenty years. He has appeared on numerous recordings as a bassist and guitarist, including CD’s by vocalist Odessa Harris, award winning Latin jazz group Tumbao Bravo, jazz pianist Mark Thibodeau and two releases under his own name.
John has performed with numerous artists in a variety of musical genres. Performance highlights include concerts throughout Europe and the Caribbean with Grammy nominated soul diva Bettye Lavette and throughout the U.S. with Motown legends The Contours. John holds a Masters of Music from Oakland University, has had articles published on jazz education and previously served on the jazz faculty at the University of Windsor.

Rob Emanuel – drums
Rob Emanuel has been slugging it out on the Detroit music scene for nearly three decades playing gigs and sessions in every imaginable style. His passion for music and drumming was fueled by study with drummers such as Carmine Appice, Joe Morello, Ed Shaughnessy, Ed Soph, Efrain Toro, Ralph Humphrey and Steve Houghton.
Rob has appeared on many recording as a sideman and has two records out as a leader: The critically acclaimed 1994 release Mystery Manual and his most recent, Cold Strange which features Grammy Award winning reedman Bob Mintzer and piano innovator Uri Caine.



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