Criss Cross Jazz 1187 CD

Walt Weiskopf


On Siren, his sixth for Criss Cross, Walt serves up another batch of expertly crafted and beautifully written pieces, this time for a nonet comprised of some seasoned veterans of the New York scene, including Conrad Herwig, Joe Magnarelli, Jim Snidero, Scott Robinson, his brother Joel, and drummer Billy Drummond.

This new material is ripe with lush voicings and teeming with sophisticated counterpoint.

Walt Weiskopf
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Walt Weiskopf (Ts)
Anders Bostrom (Fl / Alto Fl)
Jim Snidero (As / Fl)
Scott Robinson (Bs / BCl)
Joe Magnarelli (Tp / Flh)
Conrad Herwig (Tb)
Joel Weiskopf (P)
Doug Weiss (B)
Billy Drummond (D)

1. Glass Eye (Walt Weiskopf)  2:01
2. Siren (Walt Weiskopf)  8:41
3. In A Daze (Jim Snidero)  8:04
4. Close Your Eyes (Bernice Petkere)  5:17
5. Victory March (Joel Weiskopf)  6:41
6. Night In Ferrara (Walt Weiskopf)  6:24
7. Zone (Walt Weiskopf)  6:21
8. Baby Won't You Please Come Home (Charles Warfield / Clarence Williams)  2:24
9. Separation (Walt Weiskopf)  5:44

Total Time: 51:44
Recorded December 21, 1999 in Brooklyn, NY, USA
Engineer: Max Bolleman
Producer: Gerry Teekens & K. Hasselpflug (executive)