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Music : Michael Shrieve - Stiletto (1989)

Artist:Michael Shrieve
Year Of Release:1989
Label:Novus [3050-2-N]
Genre:Jazz, Future Jazz, Electronic
Quality:MP3/320 kbps
Total Time:37:22
Total Size:88 MB(+3%)
WebSite:Album Preview

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01 - Scratch
02 - Moon Over You
03 - Las Vegas Tango
04 - GauguinÒ‘s Regret
05 - Stiletto
06 - Four Winds
07 - Bella Coola

personnel :

Michael Shrieve - drums, electric percussion
Mark Isham - trumpet
Andy Summers - electric guitar, acoustic guitar
David Torn - electric guitar
Terje Gewelt - electric bass, acoustic bass

This CD is somewhat difficult to categorize. I'd call it a jazz disc, but jazz purists might dismiss it as "New Age." The playing is hardly Kenny G drivel, but Mark Isham's Miles-Davis-esque moody solos do give it a rather cinematic quality. If you don't mind the slightly pretensious quality of this performance, I think you'd realy like it. I personally LOVE "Moon Over You," which nicely combines Andy Summers' spooky guitar work with a nice latin undercurrent.
Michael Shrieve does a great job on this, and unlike some releases by drummers, he doesn't dominate the proceedings. There are no extended drum solos; no wild drum-based pieces meant to show off his chops. He's a powerful player, but this is a true ensemble effort that really shows off Mark Isham more than anyone else.

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