Hypnotic Suggestion

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All Music Guide - Steve Leggett
Although trumpeter Brad Goode has made his home in Colorado in recent years, he was born in Chicago and led the house band at The Green Mill for several years, so returning to the city to record Hypnotic Suggestion held on February 6, 2005 makes perfect sense. Supported by Adrean Farrugia on piano, Kelly Sill on bass, and Dana Hall on drums, Goode brings a calm, clear, and confident trumpet tone to this set of four originals and five standards, all done with a bop sensibility but also showing Goode's classically trained understanding of time and space. His horn lines never overstay, giving them a rare dignity and elegance, and the opener, a Goode original called "Hypnotic...
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All Music Guide - Steve Leggett
Although trumpeter Brad Goode has made his home in Colorado in recent years, he was born in Chicago and led the house band at The Green Mill for several years, so returning to the city to record Hypnotic Suggestion held on February 6, 2005 makes perfect sense. Supported by Adrean Farrugia on piano, Kelly Sill on bass, and Dana Hall on drums, Goode brings a calm, clear, and confident trumpet tone to this set of four originals and five standards, all done with a bop sensibility but also showing Goode's classically trained understanding of time and space. His horn lines never overstay, giving them a rare dignity and elegance, and the opener, a Goode original called "Hypnotic Suggestion," exhibits an unhurried grace that belies the short session slot only two-and-a-half hours the quartet had at their disposal. The version here of Thelonious Monk's "Bemsha Swing" strips it of some of its ragged urgency, while the rendition of Dizzy Gillespie's "Beautiful Love" adds in a certain detached sadness, but both tracks fit well within the whole of the session. The closer, a madcap take on "Crazy Rhythm" where Goode stacks up a series of rapid, almost comic notes reportedly he used the top from a juice jug as a mute, is one of the highlights on an impressive and balanced outing.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/18/2006
  • Label: Delmark
  • UPC: 038153056728
  • Catalog Number: 567

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Brad Goode Primary Artist, Trumpet
Kelly Sill Bass, Electric Bass
Dana Hall Bass, Drums
Adrean Farrugia Piano
Technical Credits
Michel Legrand Composer
Brad Goode Composer
Irving Caesar Composer
Bert Kalmar Composer
Robert G. Koester Producer
Johnny Mercer Composer
Harry Ruby Composer
Joseph Meyer Composer
Harvey Pekar Liner Notes
Eddie Barclay Composer
Roger Wolfe Kahn Composer
Steve Wagner Engineer, Mastering
Eric Butkus Engineer, Mastering
Ned Radinsky Cover Photo
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Lot Of Music

    This album represents the efforts of four extremely talented musicians pushing the boundaries of standard jazz performance. Goode's trumpet playing reaches past the status quo and into the extraordinary, while the playing of Sill, Hall, and Farrugia match his abilities quite well. Adventurous and lively, this record displays a lot of group interaction, which, on some tracks, blurs the line between "straight ahead" and the avante garde. Despite the extreme virtuosity and thick communication exhibited by these artists, the entire project plays very musically, and bears repeated, intent listening.

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