Danny Green -][- A THOUSAND WAYS HOME –Mp3– [Tapestry, 2012 | Review]
Occasionally when a new artist appears, they come armed with vivid yet unstrained recipe of melodies, creativity and impressive harmonics accompanied by a stellar cast of possibly unfamiliar musicians to expand their imaginative voice. Most recently San Diego native pianist, composer and educator Danny Green was brought to my attention. With his sophomore recordings titled “A THOUSAND WAYS HOME,” he effortlessly pens an appetizing hodgepodge of thirteen thought-provoking originals on Tapestry records.
The title piece “A THOUSAND WAYS HOME” opens the session with an engaging bounce, symmetry and flawless rhythms wrapped with an infectious samba evolving from within. Meanwhile the ensemble maintains their flawless dexterity by exchanging unswerving solos on a spunky tune appropriately titled “Unwind.” Continue reading