Album · 2000 · 9 Songs. Marc Cary's Focus Trio. Masters of Groove Meet DJ-9 (Digital). Dj-9, Marc Cary & Masters of Groove. Captured Live In Brazil.
Album · 2000 · 9 Songs.
Pianist Cary continues on his freshness quest with this CD where he works mostly in a piano-bass-drums trio format. Three of the nine cuts feature flutist Yarbrough Charles Laws, as Cary explores his interpretations of lesser-known modern jazz, a bop evergreen, and several of his originals. Cary wrote the title track in collaboration with his able confrères, bassist Taurus Mateen and drummer Nasheet Waits. It's a loosely associated melody simmering in light jungle butter
1. Minor League - Nasheet Waits & Tarus Mateen. 2. Trillium - Nasheet Waits & Tarus Mateen. 3. Blues For Haseeb - Nasheet Waits & Tarus Mateen. 4. New Prospective - Nasheet Waits & Tarus Mateen.
Marc Cohn is the self-titled debut album released in 1991 by American singer-songwriter Marc Cohn. The album peaked at No. 38 on the Billboard 200 Chart. It was RIAA certified gold in 1992 and was certified platinum in 1996. The album is known for the hit single "Walking in Memphis". Following the release of the album, Cohn won the 1992 Grammy Award for Best New Artist. Track 9 written by Willie Dixon; all other tracks written by Marc Cohn
Indigenous People, Marc Cary - Slow Down . Artist: Marc Cary Nasheet Waits & Tarus Mateen.
Little Willie Leaps by Marc Cary, released 01 February 2000. Electro-Acoustic keyboard wizard Marc Cary ( Rising Keyboardist in DownBeat’s 2014 Critics Poll) celebrates his 20th anniversary as a recording artist, with "Rhodes Ahead Vol. 2" (March 17, 2015), a powerhouse follow-up to his seminal 1999 release "Rhodes Ahead Vol. 1. .
Musician, composer, producer, educator. The main thing is the intention behind what you say musically; the beauty. In a jazz world brimming with brilliant and adventurous pianists, Marc Cary stands apart by way of pedigree and design as one of New York’s best jazz pianists. None of his prestigious peer group ever set the groove behind the drums in Washington DC go-go bands nor are any others graduates of both Betty Carter and Abbey Lincoln's daunting bandstand academies. Cary collaborator Roy Hargrove exalted him with "Caryisms" on 1992's The Vibe, an album whose title track is one of two Cary originals including "Running Out of Time"-now part of the lexicon of live repertoire among jazz stalwarts Hargrove, Dr. Lonnie Smith and Igmar Thomas' Revive Big Band.