Tommy Flanagan Trio – Sea Changes {AlfaJazz}


Review by Ken Dryden (allmusic.com)

It’s easy to understand why Tommy Flanagan has been one of the most praised pianists over the ’80s and ’90s while listening to an excellent trio date such as this CD. With bassist Peter Washington and drummer Lewis Nash, he features a number of songs with oceanic themes, including a tantalizing “How Deep Is the Ocean?,” “I Cover the Waterfront,” and his own snappy title track. Flanagan also delivers a thunderous take of “Relaxin’ at Camarillo” and the smoldering, savory blues “C.C. Rider.”

Tracks:
01 – Sea Changes
02 – Verdandi
03 – Delarna
04 – Eclypso
05 – How Deep is the Ocean
06 – C.C. Rider
07 – Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea
08 – Beat’s Up
09 – I Cover the Waterfront
10 – Relaxin’ at Camarillo
11 – Dear Old Stockholm

Personnel:
Tommy Flanagan – piano
Peter Washington – bass
Lewis Nash – drums

Recorded on March 11 & 12, 1996 at Clinton Recording Studio A, N.Y.C.

Quality: eac, flac, cue, log, scans

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