Sunday, August 19, 2018
Album Review: Nate Nall Quintet- Places to Go
Nate Nall travels directly to the hard bop territory currently occupied by the likes of his fellow trumpeters Sean Jones and Terell Stafford on the opening track of Places to Go, his debut album as a leader. For the next 50 minutes, Nall, a product of Bobby Watson’s jazz program at UMKC, confidently plants a flag in a destination that almost certainly meets with Watson’s approval. Even though they only venture beyond the familiar terrain to take in the rugged vistas of “Destination Unknown” and the craggy canyons of “Starry Night,” Nall and saxophonist Matt Baldwin, guitarist Adam Schlozman, bassist Sam Copeland and drummer Zach Morrow capture plenty of dazzling auditory snapshots.
(Original image by Plastic Sax.)
Posted by Happy In Bag at 11:21 AM
Labels: Adam Schlozman, Jazz, Kansas City, Matt Baldwin, Nate Nall, Sam Copeland, Zach Morrow
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