Considering vibraphonist Tom Collier performed his first concert at age 5, it's safe to say most memories of his youth contain powerful musical imagery. For his latest recording, Colllier is paired with two of the most important guitarists in jazz, Bill Frisell and Larry Coryell, as he reflects on his early years when his family lived on the other side of the West Seattle Bridge. Through a set of 9 originals inspired by places and recollections, they rekindle some of that youthful fire along with bassist Dan Dean, Collier's musical partner over the last 40 years, and drummers John Bishop and Ted Poor. "Collier turns phrases and builds lines that set a new musical standard for the vibraphone."
Considering vibraphonist Tom Collier performed his first concert at age 5, it's safe to say most memories of his youth contain powerful musical imagery. For his latest recording, Colllier is paired with two of the most important guitarists in jazz, Bill Frisell and Larry Coryell, as he reflects on his early years when his family lived on the other side of the West Seattle Bridge. Through a set of 9 originals inspired by places and recollections, they rekindle some of that youthful fire along with bassist Dan Dean, Collier's musical partner over the last 40 years, and drummers John Bishop and Ted Poor. "Collier turns phrases and builds lines that set a new musical standard for the vibraphone."
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Format: CD
Label: ORGI
Rel. Date: 11/20/2015
UPC: 805558270321

Across the Bridge
Artist: Tom Collier
Format: CD
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Considering vibraphonist Tom Collier performed his first concert at age 5, it's safe to say most memories of his youth contain powerful musical imagery. For his latest recording, Colllier is paired with two of the most important guitarists in jazz, Bill Frisell and Larry Coryell, as he reflects on his early years when his family lived on the other side of the West Seattle Bridge. Through a set of 9 originals inspired by places and recollections, they rekindle some of that youthful fire along with bassist Dan Dean, Collier's musical partner over the last 40 years, and drummers John Bishop and Ted Poor. "Collier turns phrases and builds lines that set a new musical standard for the vibraphone."