Structures

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Structures 1:00:41 $11.98
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1 Jazz Folk [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez And Gene Jackson] [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez And Gene J 9:33 44.1/16 Album only
2 The Touch Of Your Lips [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez And Gene Jackson] [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gom 4:57 $1.49 Buy
3 Moon And Sand [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez And Gene Jackson] [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez And Ge 5:30 $1.49 Buy
4 Walter Pigeon [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez And Gene Jackson] [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez And Ge 5:21 $1.49 Buy
5 Everything I Love [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez And Gene Jackson] [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez An 6:43 $1.49 Buy
6 Embraceable You [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez And Gene Jackson] [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez And 6:09 $1.49 Buy
7 3 For Three [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez And Gene Jackson] [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez And Gene 6:17 $1.49 Buy
8 Turn Out The Stars [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez And Gene Jackson] [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez A 5:32 $1.49 Buy
9 Missing You [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez And Gene Jackson] [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez And Gene 4:49 $1.49 Buy
10 How Deep The Ocean [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez And Gene Jackson] [John Abercrombie, Eddie Gomez A 5:50 $1.49 Buy

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Structures is a relaxed album of jazz standards and original compositions from this formidable trio, all captured with Chesky's world-renowned minimalist recording techniques. "These world-class improvisers create a vibe of calm thoughtfulness, subtlety and delicate interaction on Structures," according to the album's liner notes. Abercrombie's first Chesky release came in 2003 with Three Guitars, a highly acclaimed CD/SACD that saw him going acoustic with Larry Coryell and Brazilian phenomenon Badi Assad. Jackson, meanwhile, made his Chesky debut backing Valerie Joyce on her New York Blue CD in 2005.

Reviews
"This album deserves 6 stars. Abercrombie, Gomez, and Jackson should be congratulated for producing one of the most enjoyable, sublimely understated, and superbly recorded jazz recordings of our era." - Stephen Silberman