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Wayne Krantz: Long to be Loose
Wayne Krantz: Long to be Loose 

Wayne Krantz (Guitar) Zach Danziger (Drums) Lincoln Goines (Bass)

1993 Release. This is a group effort that finds Krantz in the company of young stars Lincoln Goines and Zach Danziger. This became a regular band for Krantz, who later put out a live recording with the same personnel. The tunes are all played with passion by all, and feature Krantz' penchant for extended and at times self-indulgent solos. Like most good jazz players, Krantz explores new territories and takes chances when he's playing. He is one of the few fusion-style players to emerge during the '90s who can improvise for long periods of time and make it interesting for the duration. This is more consistent than Signals, but it would have been an extra bonus to hear some more of his solo pieces. The only minor criticism is that he could have given a bit more space to his fellow bandmates.


SKU SKU24071
Track 1 These Instrumental Pieces Were (LISTEN TO AUDIO)
Track 2 not consciously written about (LISTEN TO AUDIO)
Track 3 Specific People, Places, Things or Ideas (LISTEN TO AUDIO)
Track 4 Although One Began (LISTEN TO AUDIO)
Track 5 From a Little Croaking Sound (LISTEN TO AUDIO)
Track 6 A Friend's Dat Machine Makes)
Track 7 What They Were Written About
Track 8 Is Something I Don't Understand Yet
Track 9 But I know it When I see it
Track 10 Hopefully, So will You
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Wayne Krantz: Howie 61/Featuring Tal Wilkenfeld, Vinnie Colaiuta,John Patitucci, Pino Palladino, Keith Carlock
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Wayne Krantz: Howie 61/Featuring  Tal Wilkenfeld, Vinnie Colaiuta,John Patitucci, Pino Palladino, Keith Carlock
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Author: Andreas Papadakis
Incredible compositions. One of the finest guitar trio albums ever...

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