Label: Concord Jazz - CCD-4052,Bellaphon Records - CCD-4052 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Style: Contemporary Jazz
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This was the second appearance of Soprano Summit at the Concord Jazz Festival, the first occurring a year earlier in (Concord CD ). Bob Wilber and Kenny Davern are in their leadership roles, Marty Grosz who was a regular with the group is on guitar, and two local giants sit in on bass (Monty Budwig) and drums (Jake Hanna).5/5(3).
Soprano Summit was one of the hottest mainstream groups of the s, a unit co-led by Bob Wilber and Kenny Davern who on clarinets and sopranos really pushed and battled each other. For their appearance at the Concord Jazz Festival, the two heated reeds are joined by guitarist Marty Grosz (who sings in a Fats Waller-influenced style on "How Can You Face Me" and "The Panic Is On.
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