Criss Cross Jazz 1234 CD

One For All

Wide Horizons

Available: May 8, 2003

The all-star sextet returns for their fourth Criss Cross release.

A frontline consisting of Eric Alexander's tenor sax, the trumpet and fluegelhorn of Jim Rotondi, and trombonist Steve Davis executes the band's arrangements of original compositions (plus two jazz standards) with Úlan, as well as blowing spirited solos.
Stimulating the horns, pianist David Hazeltine, bassist Peter Washington, and Joe Farnsworth on drums comprise a first-class rhythm section that completes the ensemble's unique sound.

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Barcode 8 712474 123421
1. The Nomad (Jim Rotondi)  7:25
2. Nemesis (Eric Alexander)  8:09
3. Wide Horizons (Steve Davis)  7:38
4. Infant Eyes (Wayne Shorter)  6:18
5. Central Park South (David Hazeltine)  6:54
6. The Conformist (David Hazeltine)  7:05
7. Cold Smoke (Eric Alexander)  7:33
8. A Calling (Jackie McLean)  6:39

Total Time: 57:46
Recorded December 20, 2002 in Brooklyn, NY, USA by Max Bolleman

Eric Alexander (Ts)
Jim Rotondi (Tp / Flh)
Steve Davis (Tb)
David Hazeltine (P)
Peter Washington (B)
Joe Farnsworth (D)

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