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"Ernie Krivda has achieved that most elusive of musical goals, a distinctive sound all his own. That robust tone perfectly balances driving pyrotechnic displays with tender lyricism." So wrote David Dupont of Cadence Magazine in 2005. Twenty seven years before that, Krivda released his second album on Inner City Records, The Alchemist, which displays exactly from where those pyrotechnic displays and tender lyricism came. Listen to Tzigne, where you will hear Krivda's creative and ambitious solo light up the sky, then turn to Tears on a Golden Arm, where his sweet, piercing, haunting tone cuts through the air. This album will intrigue and delight you.
|Instruments||Music and Musicians|
|Accompanist/ Conductor||Gil Goldstein - piano, Eddie Gomez - bass, Bobby Moses - drums, Ray Mantilla - percussion|
Customer Reviews (1)
- The AlchemistReview by Simon Sez
Krivda is heard not only on tenor but soprano and flute. His group includes Gil Goldstein, Eddie Gomez, Bobby Moses and Ray Mantilla, with Krivda challenging the other musicians. The music is exciting modern jazz with Krivda sounding unlike anyone else.
Simon Sez: Ernie Krivda on his second album The Alchemist (IC1043) sounds very original on tenor, soprano and flute with an all-star group.
(Posted on 5/6/2014)
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