"Autumn In New York" by Ferit Odman -- Available on CD & 180 Gram Vinyl


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Turkish jazz drummer Ferit Odman has assembled a cast of dependable NYC veterans again for his second album.

Ferit Odman
Autumn In New York

Trumpet: Terell Stafford
Alto Sax: Vincent Herring
Piano: Anthony Wonsey
Bass: Peter Washington
Drums: Ferit Odman

Recorded and mixed by Michael Brorby at Acoustic Recording
Brooklyn, New York. November 18-19, 2010

Mastered by Alan Silverman at Arf! Mastering
New York, New York. November 20, 2010
Produced by Ferit Odman

Autumn in New York is now available on CD & 180 Gram Vinyl by Equinox Music & Entertainment, 2011

Catalogue No
CD: EMCD0016

Trumpeter Terell Stafford & Vincent Herring on alto-sax are backed by a great rhythm section consisting of Anthony Wonsey on piano, Peter Washington on bass and Ferit Odman on the drum-chair.

The leader keeps things surprising on this session with a selection of tunes by the likes of James Williams, Benny Golson, Cedar Walton and more..

The listener should expect a swinging hard-bop repertoire, plus two very beautiful ballads; “Autumn in New York" and “My Ideal."

This new release was recorded in New York last autumn and it is a dedication to the late great pianist/composer James Williams.

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