"Via", the new album by the trio "Storms / Nocturnes" is at all musical qualities, the most striking feature of the addiction factor: it looks forward to hearing it again and again, a positive atmosphere full of life rings through in almost every way. by casual virtuosity as well as by sensitive melodies are influenced piano, vibraphone and saxophone. an exceptional cast, the clear crystal chamber music as well as dense complex harmonics allows the pianist Geoffrey Keezer, lives in San Diego, vibraphonist Joe Locke, New York, and saxophonist. Tim Garland in London. For 10 years they play together already. "Via" is for "Storms / Nocturnes" (2001) and "Rising Tide" (2003), their third album.
Expressive and free
The unusual band name "Storms / Nocturnes" can expect a pleasurable melancholy that did not shrink from violent expression. The music is actually very expressive and free, but as fine a way that they can associate a warm glowing Nocturnes rather pleasant dusk. It's like singing in the darkness, the one giving himself courage. Play the three themes from his own pen and from the elegance of lyrical beauty, so impress them with perfect and totally relaxed interaction. Sometimes minimalist tone chains string together, or it will open a space for free sounds, all woven together quite naturally into one another. The jazz writer John Kelman wrote so on the album "Via": "A remarkable confluence of form and freedom with telepathic spontaneity.