Featuring: Ron CarterRenee RosnesPayton CrossleyJimmy GreeneThe strings vibrate gently. Accurate tone, unconditionally clear. And quietly. The longest fingers of jazz seem to dance weightlessly along the wooden bridge; yearning, filigree and elegant. No one else sounds like Ron Carter. His double bass often produces a crisp groove like an electric bass, yet it is always clearly definable as the sound of a classical music instrument. Then the sound under the scorpion-like hands irresistibly swells. Payton Crossley gently caresses the cymbal, and Jimmy Green, the "new member" on the tenor saxophone as well as pianist Renee Rosnes push the chorus onto the finely crocheted rhythm cover. 'With us, nobody knows exactly what happens when,' Carter praised the Foursight Quartet's unique selling point. 'This is precisely why every concert is a real challenge. We almost always play 35 to 40 minutes without a stop at the beginning. No breaks, just slight changes that show the beginning of a new song. If we were a classical music band, it would be called a symphony with five movements. This kind of thing only works with this band!'
Featuring: Ron CarterRenee RosnesPayton CrossleyJimmy GreeneThe strings vibrate gently. Accurate tone, unconditionally clear. And quietly. The longest fingers of jazz seem to dance weightlessly along the wooden bridge; yearning, filigree and elegant. No one else sounds like Ron Carter. His double bass often produces a crisp groove like an electric bass, yet it is always clearly definable as the sound of a classical music instrument. Then the sound under the scorpion-like hands irresistibly swells. Payton Crossley gently caresses the cymbal, and Jimmy Green, the "new member" on the tenor saxophone as well as pianist Renee Rosnes push the chorus onto the finely crocheted rhythm cover. 'With us, nobody knows exactly what happens when,' Carter praised the Foursight Quartet's unique selling point. 'This is precisely why every concert is a real challenge. We almost always play 35 to 40 minutes without a stop at the beginning. No breaks, just slight changes that show the beginning of a new song. If we were a classical music band, it would be called a symphony with five movements. This kind of thing only works with this band!'
798747714013

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Format: Vinyl
Label: IMT
Rel. Date: 09/17/2021
UPC: 798747714013

Foursight - Stockholm
Artist: Ron Carter
Format: Vinyl
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Cominando
2. Joshua
3. Little Waltz
4. Seguaro
5. Cominando, Reprise
6. Nearly
7. You And The Night And The Music
8. My Funny Valentine
9. Mr. Bow Tie

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Featuring: Ron CarterRenee RosnesPayton CrossleyJimmy GreeneThe strings vibrate gently. Accurate tone, unconditionally clear. And quietly. The longest fingers of jazz seem to dance weightlessly along the wooden bridge; yearning, filigree and elegant. No one else sounds like Ron Carter. His double bass often produces a crisp groove like an electric bass, yet it is always clearly definable as the sound of a classical music instrument. Then the sound under the scorpion-like hands irresistibly swells. Payton Crossley gently caresses the cymbal, and Jimmy Green, the "new member" on the tenor saxophone as well as pianist Renee Rosnes push the chorus onto the finely crocheted rhythm cover. 'With us, nobody knows exactly what happens when,' Carter praised the Foursight Quartet's unique selling point. 'This is precisely why every concert is a real challenge. We almost always play 35 to 40 minutes without a stop at the beginning. No breaks, just slight changes that show the beginning of a new song. If we were a classical music band, it would be called a symphony with five movements. This kind of thing only works with this band!'

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