Michael Vlatkovich Septet: Ask 7 (PFMCD089)


ask 7 michael vlatkovich septet

michael vlatkovich: trombone, compositions
ron miles: cornet
wade sander: bass trombone
mark harris: alto sax, clarinet, bass clarinet
glenn nitta: tenor sax
kent mclagen: bass
chris lee: drums

1) innumerable mementos of the distant ought-to-be forgottenbut dishearteningly omnipresent never-to-be forgotten past 5:26
2) madam why 10:21
3) 1 3/4 southeast 593,212 avenue apartment zz ask for 7 5:49
4) missing C the limbless percussion just couldn't dance 6:26
5) chair red blue medley 16:27
6) the eventual supremacy of reason 5:00
7) maybe another time 3:26
total 53:09

© 2015 julius ivory music, ascap
recorded 6.9.14 in denver by ron jolly
edited/mixed/mastered 10.14.14 newzone studio los angeles
wayne peet, engineer
jill torberson, artwork
jeff kaiser, design



SKU: PFMCD089 Category:

1 review for Michael Vlatkovich Septet: Ask 7 (PFMCD089)

  1. 0 out of 5

    Trombonist Michael Vlatkovich brings together a forward looking team of Ron Miles/ct, Wade Sander/bstb, Mark Harris/as-cl-bcl, Glenn Nitta/ts, Kent McLagen/b and Chris Lee/dr for a collection of originals. There’s a free form New Orleanish jam with growling trombone and dancing clarinet on “ Chari Red Blue Medley that goes on for 16 minutes, and the lonely “Madam Why” sprawls on for 10 minutes with some lovely work by Miles and McLagen. The bluesy bopper “Ethe Eventual supremacy of Reasy” features Harris’ pungent alto while the repetitive “Innumerable Mementos…” drones on with the same theme for a couple choruses two many. A bit of rhythm livens up “Missing C…” and the grooving “1 ¾ Southeast…” so there’s a bit of variety here between the languid vibes.

    by George W. Harris • June 11, 2015 • Jazz Weekly

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