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REVIEW: JAVA QUARTET - GLOW
Glow

Java Quartet
Glow

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Together

Java Quartet
Together

Rejavanation

Java Quartet
Rejavanation

Deep Blue Sea

Java Quartet
Deep Blue Sea

Dark Garden

Java Quartet
Dark Garden

Passages

Java Quartet
Passages

Slumber For Nordic Wonder

Java Quartet
Slumber For Nordic Wonder

Sydney Morning Herald 1997
This is a significant step up from The Java Quartet's debut album. Where that seemed rather diffused, this is a much more intense listening experience, with a punchier recording quality.

Bassist Michael Galeazzi and tenor saxophonist Jason Cooney have been joined by new colleagues in pianist Greg Coffin and drummer Mike Quigley. Coffin's assertive style seems to suit Cooney's bold, often abrasive approach. Together, they provide more interesting overlays for Galeazzi's grooving ostinatos than was the case on the first album. Quigley strikes a good balance between intensifying the fireworks and laying back with the bass. 





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