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Fly – Year of the Snake (2012)

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Fly – Year of the Snake (2012)

01 – The Western Lands I		play
02 – Festival Tune
03 – The Western Lands II
04 – Brothersister
05 – Diorite
06 – Kingston
07 – Salt and Pepper
08 – The Western Lands III
09 – Benj
10 – Year of the Snake
11 – The Western Lands IV
12 – The Western Lands V		play

Mark Turner - tenor saxophone
Larry Grenadier - double-bass
Jeff Ballard – drums


Formed eight years ago by drummer Jeff Ballard with fellow Brad Mehldau partner Larry Grenadier on bass and saxophonist Mark Turner(one of the most resourceful and independent sax newcomers of the last decade), the New York trio Fly is an exchange between equals, not a sax-led charge over a rhythm section. Though it falls into the territory sometimes dubbed "chamber-jazz", Year of the Snake is up there with Fly's best work, with its rustling fast grooves and languid horn lines, and pieces that open on almost impossibly pure high-register long tones. The swaying Salt and Pepper is as coolly jazzy a piece as any diehard could wish for, and a glide over fizzy drumming on the title track turns into a patiently spun improvisation. Grenadier's lovely tone and Ballard's blend of subtle textural playing and whiplash power complete one of the great contemporary jazz small groups. --- John Fordham, guardian.co.uk

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