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On his Origin Records debut, Los Angeles pianist Geoff Stradling makes short work of showing why he was picked by the label. While the focus of Origin is generally on Northwest artists, they have some fair leniency if the music is good, and will pick up exceptional players that might not have been heard before otherwise. In the case of Stradling, you've probably heard him at some point in the past with his performances built in everywhere from Univision to Entertainment Tonight to Jane's Addiction. Here though, he isn't writing a jingle or theme. He's going through his roots and influences in jazz, and with a very solid accompanying band he lets loose on a whole range of...
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All Music Guide - Adam Greenberg
On his Origin Records debut, Los Angeles pianist Geoff Stradling makes short work of showing why he was picked by the label. While the focus of Origin is generally on Northwest artists, they have some fair leniency if the music is good, and will pick up exceptional players that might not have been heard before otherwise. In the case of Stradling, you've probably heard him at some point in the past with his performances built in everywhere from Univision to Entertainment Tonight to Jane's Addiction. Here though, he isn't writing a jingle or theme. He's going through his roots and influences in jazz, and with a very solid accompanying band he lets loose on a whole range of styles. There's a clear Latin influence in a number of the tracks here, jumping from Cuba to Brazil and back regularly. There are also touches of post-bop and soul-jazz sprinkled liberally throughout, with multiple homages to the greats in the title track Les McCann being the "Les" and half of the piano solos reminiscent in some way of Bill Evans. In particular, "You Don't Know That" shows off a good deal of Evans' style, and an even greater deal of Stradling's chops. The numbers here are nearly all original, and the compositions are nearly flawless. Stradling is an excellent player, with an excellent band, and some fine composing abilities. Absolutely worth a listen.
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  • Release Date: 1/23/2007
  • Label: Origin Records
  • UPC: 805558247224
  • Catalog Number: 82472

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Performance Credits
Geoff Stradling Primary Artist, Synthesizer, Piano
Gary Foster Flute
Ramon Banda Drums
Dave Karasony Drums
Bruce Lett Electric Bass, Acoustic Bass
Michael Spiro Percussion
Rene Camacho Acoustic Bass
Rick Keller Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone
Technical Credits
Russell Bond Percussion Engineer
Geoff Stradling Composer, Producer, Engineer, Song Notes
Ned Washington Composer
Victor Young Composer
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