”Around the world in nine tracks” is more like it. But feel the rhythmic heft as Zakir Hussain’s masterful tabla gives way to Mor Thiam’s djembe drum, then to Jeff ”Tain” Watts’ trap set. Soloists range from saxist Chris Potter to conch-shell master Steve Turre. Some of Manhattan’s hippest violinists even sit in. Rosnes shoots for too much, but her fine piano playing and some oddly alluring arrangements keep it all charming and coherent.
Life on Earth ''Around the world in nine tracks'' is more like it. But feel the rhythmic heft as Zakir Hussain's masterful tabla gives way to Mor Thiam's djembe ...Life on Earth ''Around the world in nine tracks'' is more like it. But feel the rhythmic heft as Zakir Hussain's masterful tabla gives way to Mor Thiam's djembe ...2002-02-08
Lead Performer: Renee Rosnes; Producer (group): Blue Note
Posted February 8 2002 — 12:00 AM EST
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