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Published on Oct 15, 2015
Saxophonist and composer Dave Wilson talks about the making of his new CD "There was Never", on the Zoho Music label, his working quartet of the past few years, fellow Dave Liebman alumnus's bassist Tony Marino, pianist Bobby Avey and drummer Alex Ritz. This version of the EPK includes a section at the end of Dave discussing his improvising and evolution as a player.
The disc features nine tracks, six original compositions as well as re-arrangements of the Grateful Dead’s "Cassidy" from their 1981 album Reckoning, the Beach Boys' "God Only Knows" from their land mark 1966 LP Pet Sounds, and the 1935 Gershwin classic "Summertime".
"Between Wilson’s depthful playing on tenor and soprano saxophones, Avey’s rhythmically charged comping and expansive soloing on piano and the consummate rhythm tandem hookup between bassist Marino and drummer Ritz, there is a great deal of magic indeed happening throughout There Was Never." Bill Milkowski Contributor to Down Beat and Jazziz. He is also the author of “JACO: The Extraordinary and Tragic Life of Jaco Pastorius” and co-author of “Here And Now: The Autobiography of Pat Martino”
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