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  • An MVD Exclusive
  • Format: CD
  • SKU: JM1074
  • UPC: 700261440408
  • Street Date: 10/07/16
  • PreBook Date: 09/02/16
  • Label: Jazzed Media »
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Run Time: 62 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Year of Production: 2013
  • Box Lot: 30
  • Territory: NORTH AMERICA
  • Language: English


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Steve Heckman - Legacy: A Coltrane Tribute

Steve Heckman returns to his roots having grown up with a deep love for the music of his major influence John Coltrane.

Steve Heckman - Legacy: A Coltrane Tribute
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This live performance set shows saxophonist Steve Heckman and his highly accomplished San Francisco Bay Area colleagues (pianist Grant Levin; bassist Eric Markowitz, and drummer Smith Dobson V) bearing down with blazing intensity, with "no holds barred" in this high-energy live performance. This set features some of Coltrane's most compelling and soulful compositions.

Track Listing

  • 26-2
  • Impressions
  • It's Easy to Remember
  • The Legacy
  • Dear Lord
  • The Promise
  • Reverend King
  • Fifth House
  • Wise One
  • Resolution

Press Quotes

'Saxophonist Steve Heckman has absorbed bits and pieces of many masters ...a matte finish take on Sonny Rollins, a fondness for Zoot Sims, and a hint of Coleman Hawkins merge with the Trane influence to create something altogether different, yet totally traditional. Heckman's music is ...built in the image of those who came before him, but his blend-born sound belongs to no one else...the soul and sound of a true saxophone sophisticate.'

     —Dan Bilawsky, All About Jazz

'Heckman's improvisational technique is exceptional, yet the melody and sense of swing are never lost. The influence of Coltrane looms large here...(he) pays homage to, and expands upon the Coltrane musical tradition.

     —Jim Clark, 'Jazz Nightly' NPR


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