Kurt Rosenwinkel earned the reputation of having a strikingly original voice in jazz with his previous recordings. On his upcoming album Deep Song, Kurt upholds this reputation. His sound is filled with grace, dynamics, and adventure. Kurt played with several jazz musicians such as Joe Henderson, Brian Blade's Fellowship, and Paul Motian's Electric Bebop Band. His first album as a solo artist was "East Coast Love Affair" and then he released "Inuit," which was a collection of jazz standards in 1998. Finally in 2000, he was signed to Verve and released the album "The Enemies of Energy. In 2001 he released "The Next Step," an album which won him praise amongst such great jazz guitar greats as Pat Metheny and John Scofield.
Guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel's Deep Song is an intimately atmospheric album that finds the ever-reaching jazz musician in the company of a stellar ensemble. Rosenwinkel has always displayed the strong influences of such expansive players as Pat Metheny, John Scofield, and Pat Martino, and tracks such as the continually overlapping "The Cloister" do nothing if not reinforce such high comparative praise. In fact, Rosenwinkel's moody take on "If I Should Lose You" brings to mind such cerebrally mellow Martino classics as We'll Be Together Again and Cream.
Artists Kurt Rosenwinkel Deep Song. Deep Song Kurt Rosenwinkel. This album has an average beat per minute of 104 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 75/135 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page.
Kurt Rosenwinkel - Deep Song. Artist: Kurt Rosenwinkel. Album: Deep Song, 2005. Pure and straight from the heart how this was played.
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Heartcore (Kurt Rosenwinkel album). Heartcore is Kurt Rosenwinkel's fifth album as a band leader. The album was fully produced by Rosenwinkel and Q-Tip of popular hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest. The album is a departure musically from Rosenwinkel's previous work, as he contributes keyboard, drums, and voice, at times creating soundscapes completely on his own in his personal studio