The Allmusic review by Michael G. Nastos states: "Pairing a rising superstar of modern jazz with a gentleman known for playing valve trombone and arranging charts might have been deemed by some as a daunting task. Fortunately for the keyboardists, this was a good idea and a marvelous concept, where the two could use the concept of counterpoint and improvisation to an enjoyable means, much like a great chess match.
For the listener, you are easily able to hear the difference between ostensible leader Evans in the right channel of the stereo separation, and the accompanist Brookmeyer in the left Pollinator Matt Ulery. Matt Wilson Quartet. The Ilkley Suite Jamil Sheriff. All About Jazz needs your support Donate. Get more of a good thing Our weekly newsletter highlights our top stories and includes your local jazz events calendar.
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