Criss Cross Jazz 1225 CD

Ralph Peterson Quintet

Subliminal Seduction

Available: September 28, 2002

In 2001 Ralph Peterson debuted on Criss Cross with The Art of War, returning to the quintet format that marked his earliest recordings. The same powerful lineup was back in the studio that same year for more on Subliminal Seduction.

Featuring nine new originals, one standard, and one cooker by trumpeter Jeremy Pelt, this album documents the ongoing evolution of one of the finest drummers and bandleaders of our time.

The sidemen: Jeremy Pelt on trumpet, Jimmy Greene on tenor and soprano sax, with pianist Orrin Evans, and bassist Eric Revis.

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Barcode 8 712474 122523
play 1. Trials Of Trust And Treachery (Ralph Peterson)  5:07
play 2. The Vicious Cycle (Ralph Peterson)  7:00
play 3. The Fifth Insight (Ralph Peterson)  2:26
play 4. Tears I Cannot Hide (Ralph Peterson)  5:49
play 5. Essence Of The Wizard (Ralph Peterson)  10:11
play 6. But I Never Left (Ralph Peterson)  6:25
play 7. The Seventh Insight (Ralph Peterson)  3:10
play 8. Social Response (Jeremy Pelt)  4:46
play 9. I Only Miss Her When She's Gone (Jimmy Van Heusen / Sammy Cahn)  3:52
play 10. Synergy (Ralph Peterson)  5:01
play 11. Subliminal Seduction (Ralph Peterson)  3:42

play Total Time: 57:34
Recorded December 19, 2001 in Brooklyn, NY, USA by Max Bolleman

Ralph Peterson (D)
Jeremy Pelt (Tp / Flh)
Jimmy Greene (Ts / Ss)
Orrin Evans (P)
Eric Revis (B)


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