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Ive Overlooked Before - John Abercrombie Quartet - Wait Till You See Her (CD, Album)

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  1. John Abercrombie's longstanding partnership with Mark Feldman has yielded several albums of exquisite music, and Wait Till You See Her is no different. The mood is naturally restrained, contemplative, and introspective as you would expect, while there's a common thread of healthy respect that keeps the quartet in the softer mezzo piano range.7/
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about John Abercrombie Quartet - Wait Till You See Her at Discogs. Complete your John Abercrombie Quartet collection/5(13).
  3. Sep 25,  · Label: ECM Records - ECM ,ECM Records - • Format: CD Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Jazz • Style: Contemporary Jazz John Abercrombie Quartet - Wait Till You See Her (, CD) | Discogs/5(11).
  4. Every song but the title track is an Abercrombie composition, with Wait Till You See her being an old Rogers and Hart tune. This is a more somber outing than the last few albums by this group, but it's still wonderful. Any fan of John Abercrombie should pick this up/5(10).
  5. John Abercrombie's longstanding partnership with Mark Feldman has yielded several albums of exquisite music, and Wait Till You See Her is no different. The mood is naturally restrained, contemplative, and introspective as you would expect, while there's a common thread of healthy respect that keeps the quartet in the softer mezzo piano range.
  6. Joey Baron and Mark Feldman give outstanding performances as usual. Every song but the title track is an Abercrombie composition, with Wait Till You See her being an old Rogers and Hart tune. This is a more somber outing than the last few albums by this group, but it's still wonderful. Any fan of John Abercrombie should pick this up/5(9).
  7. Sep 01,  · Wait Till You See Her is largely even darker, more brooding and introspective than the previous quartet discs, with "Trio," its hardest-swinging track. As the title suggests, it's a three- piece, with Feldman sitting out and leaving Abercrombie's warm, reverb-drenched melodism, supported with firm strength by Morgan and Baron, the primary voice.
  8. Studio Album, released in Songs / Tracks Listing. 1. Sad Song () 2. Line-Up () 3. Wait Till You See Her () 4. Trio () 5. I've Overlooked Before ()/5(10).
  9. Wait Till You See Her is an album by jazz guitarist John Abercrombie with violinist Mark Feldman, bassist Thomas Morgan, and drummer Joey Baron that was recorded in .