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The Jodie Christian Trio, Jodie Christian
első megjelenés éve: 2001

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1.  How Insensitive
2.  I'll Close My Eyes
3.  My Man's Gone Now
4.  It's Good to Have You Near
5.  Chicago Delta Blues
6.  Love Walked In
7.  Embraceable You
8.  You Are So Beautiful
9.  Morning Star

Jodie Christian - Liner Notes, Photography, Piano
Dennis Carroll - Bass
Tony Walton - Drums

* Al Brandtner - Artwork, Design
* Bob Koester - Executive Producer
* Paul Serrano - Engineer, Producer
* Robert G. Koester - Producer, Supervisor

Reminiscing is an appropriate title for this 2000 session, which finds Jodie Christian doing exactly that -- reminiscing and looking back on his long career in music. Born in 1932, the Chicago-based pianist was in his late sixties when he recorded this hard boppost-bop CD; the songs he selects are ones that meant a lot to him along the way. And in the liner notes, Christian explains why particular songs are important to him. He says that George & Ira Gershwin's "Embraceable You" was the first standard that he ever learned, and that Antonio Carlos Jobim's "How Insensitive" became a part of his repertoire after he heard fellow pianist Ahmad Jamal playing the Brazilian gem. "Morning Star" is a song that Christian learned from vibist Emmanuel Cranshaw, while "Love Walked In" and "It's Good to Have You Near" are songs that he discovered on Andre Previn's Right Is the Rain LP. It's important to stress that even though Christian (who is joined by bassist Dennis Carroll and drummer Tony Walton) acknowledges various musicians that he admired along the way, he never goes out of his way to emulate any of them. The pianist always sounds like his own man, which means that he doesn't play "How Insensitive" exactly like Jamal or "Love Walked In" exactly like Previn. Christian's interpretation of "How Insensitive," in fact, is quite unusual -- a melancholy standard that is usually played at a slow or medium tempo becomes fast and exuberant in Christian's swinging hands. Reminiscing is a musical autobiography that the Chicagoan can easily be proud of.
--- Alex Henderson, All Music Guide

Jodie Christian

Active Decades: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s and '00s
Born: 1932
Genre: Jazz
Styles: Post-Bop, Hard Bop

This Chicago pianist can play blues, swing, bop, or ballads, and is particularly potent as a creative improviser. One of the better of the "hometown" pianists who chose to stay put instead of going to New York City.
---Michael G. Nastos, All Music Guide

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