Add the late great Michael Brecker to this list. "Wide Angles" deserves to be remembered as more than a great album, but a truly innovative one as well. While Brecker's name is deservedly front-and-center, and while he's more often than not the featured soloist, this is, first and foremost, an ensemble project/5(20).
Nov 24, · Michael Brecker Quindectet - Wide Angles - buniussiraginnironbringer.infoinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists wide angles michael brecker tenor sax gil goldstein adam rogers robin eubanks night jessamine french horn never alone sax player jazz arrangements ensemble unique instruments listen musicians perhaps soloist broadband/5(21).
An early tour of the U.K. found Michael Brecker playing his old material with a larger band that included some instruments usually falling outside the standard jazz combo (i.e., oboe, French horn). Perhaps a live recording of the genesis of this album would have been preferable since Wide Angles provides such mixed results. For such a large band with so many great players, it all ends up 5/
Dec 01, · Wide Angles is a minute suite spotlighting Michael Brecker’s electrifying tenor saxophone accompanied by a piece chamber jazz group. Each of the 10 compositions (all Read More "Michael Brecker Quindectet: Wide Angles".