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Antonio Sanchez Live In New York At Jazz Standard

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Disc 1 of 2
01
Greedy Silence
Artist: Antonio Sanchez with David Sanchez, Miguel Zenon, Scott Colley
19:05
 
02
H And H
Artist: Antonio Sanchez with Scott Colley,Pat Metheny, David Sanchez, Miguel Zenon
16:15
 
03
Ballade
Artist: Antonio Sanchez with David Sanchez, Miguel Zenon, Scott Colley
12:09
 
04
Revelation
Artist: Antonio Sanchez with David Sanchez, Miguel Zenon, Scott Colley
17:40
 
Disc 2 of 2
01
It Will Be Better (once People Get Here)
Artist: Antonio Sanchez with David Sanchez, Miguel Zenon, Scott Colley
13:37
 
02
Did You Get It?
Artist: Antonio Sanchez with David Sanchez, Miguel Zenon, Scott Colley
17:54
 
03
The Forgotten Ones
Artist: Antonio Sanchez with David Sanchez, Miguel Zenon, Scott Colley
7:35
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Challenge Within
Artist: Antonio Sanchez with David Sanchez, Miguel Zenon, Scott Colley
20:00
 
Album Information

Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 124:15

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cheaper at amazon

sjschreiber

Despite being an amazing album, don't waste your credits here. You can get it for 7.12 at Amazon.

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no metheney!

laner

Pat does not play on this record! he is mis-labeled here as a performer when it is his song and not his brilliant playing that are featured!

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A Superb performance Sanchez is everywh

5280yogi

[FromBBC] Sanchez is absolutely everywhere, coming out from every corner and pushing his quartet through extreme passages and furious, ever-changing rhythmical progressions with extraordinary ease and indefatigable energy. The opening Greedy Silence is a marathon, and showcases the band’s cohesiveness and improvisational flair to the maximum. It Will Be Better, meanwhile, is a rhythmic vortex, where different patterns are interlocked and yet the voices are kept simple, resting on bluesy arrangements. Words can’t quite do justice to how superbly the quartet performs. Sanchez has built a strong rapport with his colleagues, and although he is pivotal in everything, the whole is inarguably greater than the sum. Migration might have featured Pat Metheny and Chick Corea, two exceptional guests who enabled him to gain his own spotlight, but the musicians here are faultless. Live in New York truly marks the passage of Sanchez from side man to leader.