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Martin Wind

Turn Out The Stars

Martin Wind Turn Out The Stars
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Martin Wind’s ‘Turn out the Stars’ is more than a mere “tribute” album. At the heart of the project is a tremendous quartet: Martin on bass, Scott Robinson on tenor saxophone, Bill Cunliffe on piano, and Bill Evans alumnus Joe La Barbera on drums. In addition, we see another side of Martin Wind – that of orchestral arranger. He did most of the work here, and achieved a nuanced balance between the orchestra and the quartet. It’s as if the whole quartet were the solo instrument, accompanied by, supported by, and sometimes confronted by the larger ensemble. Wind, Robinson, Cunliffe and La Barbera – by themselves they form a great quartet. Put them in partnership with the marvelous Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana, conducted by Massimo Morganti and you have a glorious celebration of Bill Evans the pianist, composer, leader, and musical spirit. We already knew that Evans’ music would never die. But enriched by Martin Wind’s orchestral vision and the passionate energy of the quartet, this album gives it a welcome new voice.”
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