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The Stamm/Soph Project

Label: Marstam 02
Released: 2000
Duration: 01:14:15
Views: 81

Track Listing

1. Three and One 06:01 2. Nardis 09:05 3. The Night Has A Thousand Eyes 10:07 4. Lament 06:56 5. Bick's Bag 06:31 6. No Hurry 09:13 7. Joy Spring 04:38 8. Hip Hop Blues 06:52 9. Who's "At Talkin'? 04:59 10. Old Folks 09:49

Personnel

Marvin Stamm
Marvin Stamm

trumpet

Ed Soph
Ed Soph

drums

Dave Liebman
Dave Liebman

saxophone, soprano

Bill Mays
Bill Mays

piano

Rufus Reid
Rufus Reid

bass, acoustic

Additional Personnel / Information

The Stamm/Soph Project – Marstam Music #02 Recorded 1999 at Redrock Studios, Saylorville, PA. Cover art, Nancy Stamm Design, Megan Rains Engineer – Kent Heckman Mastered By – Allen Tucker* Producer – Jack Cortner Remix – Artie Friedman

Album Description

This CD, created with drummer Ed Soph, chronicles the music this ensemble is creating. The disk contains ten compositions which include several standards as well as Thad Jones’ classic, Three and One, Miles Davis’ beautiful masterwork, Nardis, Clifford Brown’s eternal Joy Spring, J. J, Johnson’s haunting Lament along with two originals by Bill Mays and one by Stamm. Marvin says of Ed Soph, “Ed is one of the most musically adventurous drummers, always playing with intensity and fire, yet most sensitive when the music begs it. He has developed his own individual approach, a musical style that is unique in this genre, and the musical experience is always one of adventure, always harboring the unexpected. Ed’s playing urges me to attempt new things, play more audaciously and to move in different directions. This is most thrilling for me, what I most love to do.”


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