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Blue Note, New York, NY. Submit Corrections. Pianist Oscar Peterson had a reunion with guitarist Herb Ellis and bassist Ray Brown at a well-publicized get-together at New York's Blue Note in March 1990. The trio (his regular group of the late '50s) was augmented by Peterson's late-'60s drummer Bobby Durham for spirited performances. Rather than using their complex arrangements of the past, the pianist and his alumni simply jammed through the performances and the results are quite rewarding
Piano Lady Roberta Piket is looking quite cool, a little bit saucy, on the cover of her new C. .sunglasses and a hot pink sleeveless blouse, hips cocked, hands planted thereon, head tilted at a "you got a problem" angle. And then there's the title: I'm Back in Therapy and It's All Your Fault. That leads one to believe she's working a bit tongue in cheek, that the music here may play around with the whimsical side of song. Piket is a New England Conservatory grad and has played, most notably, with Lionel Hampton, as well as with her own trio and quintet.
Hence the title "Roberta Piket: West Coast Trio. To spice things up, Piket brought along her long-time cohort Billy Mintz on percussion on one track, and special guest guitarist Larry Koonse on two of them. The result is an interesting blend of West Coast "cool" and sophisticated New York mainstream that pleases the ear and moves things along at a lively clip. The piano trio occupies its own place in jazz history . Thirteenth Note Records 2018. Live At The Berkeley Community Theater 1972.
Label: Thirteenth Note Records Released: 2018 Views: 765. Track Listing. Mentor (R. Piket); Falling in Love with Love (Richard Rodgers); A Bridge to Nowhere (R. Piket); Humpty Dumpty (Chick Corea); Flor de Lis (Djavan); Yemenja (John Hicks) ; My Buddy (Walter Donaldson); Conception (George Shearing); Windmills of Your Mind (Michel LeGrand). Roberta Piket: piano; Darek Oleszkiewicz: bass; Joe La Barbera: drums; Larry Koonse: guitar (Tracks 3 and 8); Billy Mintz: percussion (Track 5). Album Description. New York based pianist Roberta Piket joins two outstanding West Coast musicians to selliver a lively set of music that tightly blends cool jazz with contemporary New York jazz scene styles. Start your music shopping from All About Jazz and you'll support us in the process.
Keith Jarrett at the Blue Note is a 6-CD box set live album by Keith Jarrett's Standards Trio recorded at the Blue Note Jazz Club in New York City in 1994 and released on the ECM label. Throughout the three nights at the Blue Note, the interplay among the musicians is consistently outstanding.
Her first album as leader was Unbroken Line, recorded for Criss Cross in 1996. Her first album for a . label was in 1999: Live at the Blue Note, for Half Note. The 2003 release I'm Back in Therapy and It's All Your Fault was Piket's first with her Alternating Current ensemble. This band was formed. With Harvie Swartz (bass), Jeff Williams (drums), John O'Gallagher (alto sax, soprano sax). Doerschuk, Robert L. (June 2011) "Roberta Piket – Beyond the Trio". p. 21. ^ "66th Annual Critics Poll Complete Results".
Jazz pianist/composer Roberta Piket was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1966; the daughter of Viennese conductor and composer Frederick Piket, she attended the New England Conservatory but initially pursued a career in computer engineering, quitting after a year to return to music. A protege of pianist Ric.Live at the Blue Note followed two years later.
Pianist/composer Roberta Piket is one of a handful of New York musicians who is respected for both her swinging and inventive straight-ahead jazz playing as well as her powerful and sensitive work in creative improvised music. For Roberta, there are. Roberta is from Queens, NY. Her father, the composer Frederick Piket, gave her her first piano lessons when she was seven. Roberta began playing jazz in her early teens, studying jazz piano with Walter Bishop, Jr and classical piano with Vera Wels. Roberta’s trio has toured Japan and Spain as well as the . She has performed her music at the Kennedy Center (Washington, . at the Earshot Festival (Seattle), at the Rochester (NY) Jazz Festival, and in New York at Small’s, the Blue Note, Birdland, and Dizzy’s at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Roberta’s CDs frequently make the best of lists of the major jazz magazines.