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Performer: Kenny Carr
Title: Idle Talk
Duration: 01:01:45
Recording location: Seaside Lounge, Brooklyn, NY
Genre: Jazz
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 542
MP3 size: 1280 mb
FLAC size: 1645 mb
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Kenny Carr - Idle Talk mp3 flac

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All new jazz compositions by guitarist Kenny Carr, featuring Drummer Kenny Wollesen, Bassist Hans Glawischnig and multi Grammy nominated Saxophonist Donny McCaslin, Mixed by Brad Baerwald at Studio 51. 06:48.

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Help us complete the Kenny Carr discography. I needed to do my first original album, and his playing was masterful, robust, and beautiful. At the time, I didn't realize how suited we were as a team. We're onto our 4rth album together. My advice to new listeners is to listen to a really clear and simple version of a song so you can then hear what the musicians are doing and enjoy their creativity and musicality. Also, you have to see jazz live to appreciate it fully.

From jazz with a tint of blues to easy listening nocturnes with a touch of melodic pop, Idle Talk from guitarist Kenny Carr is fashioned with softly silhouetted musings and gazing soundscapes emanating an ethereal vibe. By Susan Frances May 22, 2015.

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Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Idle Talk Kenny Carr Kenny Carr 6:48
2 Jocose Kenny Carr Kenny Carr 5:21
3 Reunions Kenny Carr Kenny Carr 8:19
4 Walts [Take Two] Kenny Carr Kenny Carr 10:19
5 Song For Fen Kenny Carr Kenny Carr 4:48
6 Stay Kenny Carr Kenny Carr 4:34
7 Anthrozoology Kenny Carr Kenny Carr 6:18
8 Blues Coffee Kenny Carr Kenny Carr 6:35
9 Waltz [Take One] Kenny Carr Kenny Carr 8:43


Brad Baerwald - Mastering, Mixing
Kenny Carr - Composer, Primary Artist
Hans Glawischnig - Bass
Donny McCaslin - Saxophone
Kenny Wollesen - Drums
Guitarist Kenny Carr has paid his dues and reaps the rewards on his fifth album as leader, the hour-long Idle Talk. Carr attended Berklee College of Music and when he graduated in 1986, worked for Ray Charles. Since that time, Carr has continued to hone his craft and create down-to-earth jazz records. Idle Talk is a quartet excursion which showcases Carr’s nine original compositions. The rhythm section consists of childhood friend/drummer Kenny Wollesen and bassist Hans Glawischnig; and another childhood buddy, saxophonist Donny McCaslin, who is featured on all tracks.Throughout, the foursome maintains a friendly vibe with nothing unconventional: aurally stimulating but not noisy, discordant or jarring. McCaslin and Carr shift their way from relaxed to quick tempos with surety. McCaslin is known for his varied music and arrangements on his solo outings, but here he stays true to Carr’s objectives, never stepping away from what Carr intends. There are several slow, methodical tunes which move with grace and style, particularly “Waltz,” which is done twice. The second take comes first and, at 10:16, is the lengthiest cut. A shorter version of “Waltz” concludes the CD, and is not marginally altered from the other take, but does convey how a musical conversation can seem similar, but have different nuances and details. Another highlight is the outstanding tribute, “Song for Fen,” which has a steady gait which gradually escalates with understated improvisational elements and a memorable chorus. The most soothing selection is the quiet ballad, “Stay,” which has a fragile quality. McCaslin contributes soft, plumed guitar chords which are abetted by Wollesen’s brush strokes, and McCaslin’s serenely swelled sax lines. Another affable, mid-tempo number is “Blues Coffee,” which aptly combines a blues connotation (and has some of Carr’s tastiest guitar licks) with a fun fluidity.