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JAZZ DRUMMER AARON COMESS CELEBRATES THE RELEASE OF HIS NEW CD 'AARON COMESS QUINTET' WITH A 3/21 CONCERT IN NEW YORK -- THE WALL STREET JOURNAL PREVIEWED THE SHOW IN TODAY'S PAPER
(Published: March 20, 2015)



JAZZ DRUMMER AARON COMESS CELEBRATES THE RELEASE OF HIS NEW CD 'AARON COMESS QUINTET' WITH A 3/21 CONCERT IN NEW YORK -- THE WALL STREET JOURNAL PREVIEWED THE SHOW IN TODAY'S PAPER


THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
JAZZ SCENE
by Will Friedwald
3/20/15


http://www.wsj.com/articl...


Aaron Comess Quintet
Rockwood Music Hall Stage 3
185 Orchard St., (212) 477-4155
Saturday

The veteran rock 'n' roll drummer of the Spin Doctors premieres a jazz project of a personal nature. Titled simply "Aaron Comess Quintet," the album celebrates the tunes and the semi-free, modal improvisation pioneered by both the Miles Davis and John Coltrane ensembles of the early 1960s. At times, Mr. Comess comes scarily close to a replication of historical recordings-tenor saxophonist Keith Loftis could pass for Coltrane on a blindfold test. However, the quintet reinterprets Miles Davis without the benefit of a trumpet, and the presence of guitar, which neither Davis nor Coltrane used at the time, gives the rhythm section a different enough feel. The opener, "Resolution," sounds like an earlier unheard alternate take from "A Love Supreme," but the closer, "Freedom Jazz Dance," makes that Eddie Harris tune sound more like Davis playing "Gingerbread Boy."

More Information: http://www.aaroncomess.com/


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