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Legendary jazz writer Nat Hentoff wrote in a lengthy article about Jeremy Pelt in the Wall Street Journal, It is the beat of Jeremy Pelt's heart ... that underscores the future of jazz. High praise indeed but Pelt lives up to it on every gig and with every new recording. Face Forward, Jeremy is a multi-textured, thought provoking release which incorporates a sparing use of electronica to widen Pelt's already extensive canvas of tone colors while at the same time using unexpected acoustic instruments such as the cello and harp. The result is a wildly imaginative sonic landscape that exists in its own time and space as defined by the contributing artists and, of course, the leader himself.
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Off to the races..urging the listener to keep up.
Face Forward explores every subtlety, nuance and detail of the post-war era advanced jazz. I think in the heart of hearts Jeremy Pelt sees himself as a modern day electric fusion musician, but his "fusing" ideas go deeper and well beyond the boundaries of this venerable sub-genre. The Face Forward is like an series of elegant equation that summarizes, explains and re-unifies the whole post-bop into a grand continuum of top quality jazz.
If I am not mistaken (I will need to listen to this album a few more times to ascertain this), in this album Mr. Pelt also directly draws upon African- and Afro-Brazilian (sambaesque?) aesthetics. Which makes the album even more fascinating and enjoyable.
I loved the direction Mr. Pelt took with Water and Earth. While it was not groundbreaking at least he took a chance and offered something different. This new album/CD expands on his previous work and I love it. While there are some very upper echelon players like Marsalis and Hargrove, neither excite me (too structured) as when I listen to the new up and comers like Pelt Akinmusire.