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See the Pyramid marks only the third occasion in Walt Weiskopf's eleven-album relationship with Criss Cross (it began with the 1992 dateSimplicity (CRC 1075) on which the tenor saxophonist-composer presents his musical vision in the quartet format. As he has done in his various nonet, octet, sextet, and quintet outings, all executed at the highest level, Weiskopf conjures challenging twists and turns to frame his improvisations on five originals and five off-the-beaten-path standards. The results are consistently virtuosic and soulful. His band mates in the quartet are: Peter Zak (piano), Doug Weiss (bass), and Quincy Davis (drums).
See the Pyramid marks only the third occasion in Walt Weiskopf's eleven-album relationship with Criss Cross (it began with the 1992 dateSimplicity (CRC 1075) on which the tenor saxophonist-composer presents his musical vision in the quartet format. As he has done in his various nonet, octet, sextet, and quintet outings, all executed at the highest level, Weiskopf conjures challenging twists and turns to frame his improvisations on five originals and five off-the-beaten-path standards. The results are consistently virtuosic and soulful. His band mates in the quartet are: Peter Zak (piano), Doug Weiss (bass), and Quincy Davis (drums).
8712474132720
Walt Weiskopf - See the Pyramid

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Format: CD
Label: CSS
Catalog: 1327
Rel. Date: 05/18/2010
UPC: 8712474132720

See the Pyramid
Artist: Walt Weiskopf
Format: CD
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See the Pyramid marks only the third occasion in Walt Weiskopf's eleven-album relationship with Criss Cross (it began with the 1992 dateSimplicity (CRC 1075) on which the tenor saxophonist-composer presents his musical vision in the quartet format. As he has done in his various nonet, octet, sextet, and quintet outings, all executed at the highest level, Weiskopf conjures challenging twists and turns to frame his improvisations on five originals and five off-the-beaten-path standards. The results are consistently virtuosic and soulful. His band mates in the quartet are: Peter Zak (piano), Doug Weiss (bass), and Quincy Davis (drums).
        
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