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Frozen - Brad Shepik Trio - Places You Go (SACD, Album)

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  1. Down Beat: 4 stars out of "The raga-like 'Batur' is particularly striking, with Shepik's guitar in overdrive and Versace churning out chunky chords on the B" Tracks of Disc 1 $ on iTunes 1.

  2. Explore releases from Brad Shepik Trio at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Brad Shepik Trio at the Discogs Marketplace. Brad Shepik Trio: Drip ‎ (CD, Album) Knitting Factory Works: SGL SA Brad Shepik Trio: Places You Go ‎ (SACD, Hybrid, Multichannel, Album) Songlines Recordings: SGL SA Canada: Sell This.

  3. This is an somewhat unusual jazz trio, consisting of guitar, drums and Hammond organ replacing the acoustic bass. Brad Shepik plays guitar like a blend of John Scofield and Bill Frisell in a mellow mood, accompanied by Gary Versace on the Hammond and Tom Rainey on drums.

  4. With Gary Versace on a Hammond B-3 organ The Brad Shepik Trio sounds very surprising on every track! The ten compositions are very varied. The first track is a composition Shepik recorded before with Lingua Franca, but sounds more 'mature', more compact on this CD/5(2).

  5. Places You Go is a surprisingly traditional recording for the restless guitarist. With his regular bassist unavailable to travel in the summer of , Shepik recruited organist Gary Versace to join drummer Tom Rainey on tour. After a successful run, the trio decided to document its affable rapport in the studio, resulting in this album.

  6. Label: Songlines Recordings - SGL SA • Format: SACD Hybrid, Multichannel, Stereo, Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Jazz • Style: Contemporary Jazz Brad Shepik Trio - Places You Go (, SACD 4/5(3).

  7. The trio has a knack for honing in on the heart of the music, reflecting both the exhilaration of collective creation and the subtler emotional tints unique to each piece. Track Listing of songs: 1. Frozen 9. Témoin 2. Air 3. Return 4. As Was 8. The South 7. Crossing 5.

  8. We bring one of New York's finest guitarists, Brad Shepik, to the UK this August for a rare appearance as a leader. He plays an exclusive London date at Jazzlive at The Crypt, where he'll be joined by two of the UK's most in-demand musicians on the UK scene - James Maddren on .

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