Ari Hoenig - The Painter album
Ari Hoenig: The Painter by Terrell Kent Holmes, published on July 1, 2004. Pilc trills on the piano and Hoenig raises the ante by speeding up his playing. The listener senses that something is about to break, and it does when Schwarz-Bart joins the fray with a spiraling solo. Remembering" opens with an elegant statement by Pilc, with Hoenig falling in on drums.
Ari Hoenig (born November 13, 1973) is an American jazz drummer, composer, and educator. Hoenig was born in Philadelphia to a vocalist father and violinist mother. He was exposed to classical and other music at an early age. He played both piano and violin, then rock and metal drums as a teen before settling into jazz.
1. (00:07:39) - I Mean You. 2. (00:07:55) - The Painter. 3. (00:05:00) - For Tracy. 4. (00:09:26) - Condemnation.
The Painter, Ari Hoenig 's first album as a leader, indicates that he is the sort of jazz drummer who is genuinely interested in what his colleagues have to say. This 72-minute CD, which was recorded live at Fat Cat (formerly Smalls) in New York City in 2003, gives listeners plenty of reason to believe that Hoenig is a real team player. Stylistically, The Painter is best described as advanced post-bop with mildly avant-garde expression at times
Modern Agressive Straight Ahead Jazz. This record Ari's brand new first release as a band leader. It features Jacques Swartz Bart - Tenor, Jean Michel Pilc - Piano Matt Penman - Bass and Ari Hoenig - Drums. Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo. We'll ship when it's back in stock.
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- Bass – Matt Penman
- Drums – Ari Hoenig
- Piano – Jean-Michel Pilc
- Tenor Saxophone – Jacques Schwarz-Bart
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