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About Reflections

On Standards Trio: Reflections, the highly anticipated followup to 2007's dynamic The Remedy - Live At The Village Vanguard, Rosenwinkel delves into the harmonic fabric of several beautiful standards in an intimate trio setting, accompanied by bassist Eric Revis (a longtime member of the Branford Marsalis Quartet) and drummer Eric Harland (a member of the Charles Lloyd Quartet and the SFJAZZ Collective).

Whereas Kurt Rosenwinkel's previous album The Remedy - Live At The Village Vanguard caught Kurt with his quintet in a high-wired set of extended solos on original compositions, on Reflections he luxuriates in an almost-all-ballads program. From relaxed renditions of Wayne Shorter's “Ana Maria" and “Fall," to elegant interpretations of Thelonious Monk's “Ask Me Now" and “Reflections" to gorgeous readings of standards like “More Than You'll Know," “You've Changed" and “You Go To My Head," Rosenwinkel embraces these timeless melodies with rare nuance and soul.

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