Peter Leitch - Trio / Quartet '91 album
Trio/Quartet '91. (CD - Concord Jazz. Peter Leitch offers further proof of his stature in the pantheon of mainstream jazz guitarists as he expands the frontiers of bop guitar on this 1991 release. Citing Joe Pass, Jim Hall, Jimmy Raney, and, in particular, the Belgian guitarist René Thomas as key influences, Leitch builds on this foundation with fresh ideas about chords, harmony, and use of solo space.
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The Peter Leitch New Life Orchestra debuted at Club 75, the Bogardus Mansion, in New York City's fashionable TriBeCa district, November 30, 2018, and at this writing has a series of upcoming engagements at this location. Jump Street (Pausa, 1982). Sometime in Another Life (Jazz House, 1982). Exhilaration (Uptown, 1985). Red Zone (Reservoir, 1987). On a Misty Night (Criss Cross, 1987). Mean What You Say (Concord Jazz, 1990). Trio/Quartet '91 (Concord Jazz, 1991). From Another Perspective (Concord Jazz, 1993). A Special Rapport (Reservoir, 1993).
Audio CD, September 10, 1991. If you love jazz guitar, listen to Peter Leitch. He is a Canadian born jazz musician, who is a first-call guitarist in the present day jazz scene. This 20 year old recording is very good. It "floats like a butterfly and stings like a bee" to paraphrase Muhammed Ali. The floating is courtesy of Peter and his bass player Neil Swainson. The stinging is courtesy of fine drummer Marvin "Smitty" Smith. Marvin is also one of the first call musicians in jazz today. This recording swings with a quiet intensity.
For this Reservoir CD, he holds his own with such top players as trumpeter Claudio Roditi, altoist Gary Bartz, the reeds of Jed Levy, pianist John Hicks, bassist Rufus Reid and drummer Marvin "Smitty" Smith.
|2||Sweet And Lovely||5:17|
|3||Tones For Joan's Bones||6:09|
|4||All Too Soon||4:44|
|5||After The Morning||7:32|
|7||Spring Is Here||7:23|
|10||The Song Is You||4:52|
|11||When Will I See You Again||5:50|
- Record Company – Concord Jazz, Inc.
- Bass – Neil Swainson
- Drums – Marvin "Smitty" Smith
- Guitar – Peter Leitch
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – John Swana
Notes℗ © 1991 Concord Jazz, Inc. Made in U.S.A.
Printed on disc face: "For Promotional Use Only - Sale is Unlawful"
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 0 1343-14480-2 0
- SPARS Code: DDD
|CCD 4480||Peter Leitch||Trio / Quartet '91 (CD, Album)||Concord Jazz||CCD 4480||Germany||1991|