Title:
Warren Vache: Ballads & Other Cautionary Tales

Artists / Instruments:
Warren Vache: cornet

Tardo Hammer: piano (tracks 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 9)

Richard Wyands: piano (tracks 4, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12)

Neal Miner: bass

Leroy Williams: drums

John Allred: trombone (track 2)

Houston Person: tenor sax (tracks 4, 7, 11)


 
Description:
Ballad playing may be the most difficult jazz style to master and the one that requires the most maturity and life experience. Even the most talented younger players are often stymied when confronted with the challenges of preserving a melody while stamping it with their own imprimatur. Warren Vach is one of jazz’s finest balladeers...... Although he has always been one of the most consistently inspired jazz performers, in recent years his playing seems to reflect an even deeper emotional commitment which, combined with his omnipresent technique, has led him to new artistic heights as is evident on this superb set. From the album notes by Ed Berger, Associate Director, Rutgers Institute of Jazz Studies


Selections:
Ballad for Very Tired and Very Sad Lotus Eaters

Solitude

I See Your Face Before Me

Fools Rush In

I Have Dreamed

Autumn Serenade

Everything Happens To Me

I´ll Only Miss Her When I Think of Her

I´ll Never Be The Same

Stairway To The Stars

I Remember You

Don´t You Know I Care



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