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Convergence - Connie Crothers Trio - Perception


1994
Label: SteepleChase - SCCD 31022 • Format: CD Album • Country: Denmark • Genre: Jazz • Style: Avant-garde Jazz
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Connie Crothers' debut as a leader finds her playing four fairly free piano solos and performing six tunes in a trio with bassist Joe Solomon and drummer Roger Mancuso. It is ironic that Lennie Tristano is quoted in the liner notes as calling Crothers the most original musician he has worked with for at this early point; Crothers sounded like a Left Right - The Chemical Brothers - Push The Button relative of Tristano's.

She does show some of her own musical personality in spots, and the music eight of her originals, plus "My Old Flame" and "All the Things You Are" holds one's interest. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy.

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    Fenrigore

    Connie Crothers left this world on August 13, Her passing is an immeasurable loss for her friends and family, for her colleagues and students, and for the international community of jazz musicians. Connie lived her life just as she played the piano — intensely, intuitively, fearlessly, and with love. She was never less than completely present.

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