Although he has the facility to play with breathtaking
fleetness, his uniqueness traces to his refusal to be locked
into predictable, bebop-based patterns.
—The Los Angeles Times
Moran is like no other pianist at work. His improvisations
are dynamic, eruptive, keyed to the compositions at hand.
When Jason Moran performs with his trio, Bandwagon,
these days, he engages in a ritual that befits one of the
most independent minds now working in jazz.
—The New York Times
Of course, countless other jazz musicians have tried to
reinvent eras past, including the elliptical 1960s, with varying
degrees of success