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Terrasson utilizes a variety of other musicians in larger ensembles for mostly original works (other than Ravel's "Bolero"). Among his sidemen are tenor-saxophonist Michael Brecker (who gets off a couple intense solos), flutist Jay Collins, Mino Cinelu on percussion and guitarist Adam Rodgers, among others; Xiomara Laugarts sings on "Better World," and on a few numbers, Terrasson plays a bit of electric piano.
Jacky Terrasson plays on a Steinway piano. Mino Cinelu plays on Korg wave drums, Yamaha drums, LP congas, djembe, bongos, timbales, Zildijan cymbals, Giorgini Udu, Pro-mark stick. Rights Society: bel/BIEM.
Jacques-Laurent Terrasson (born November 27, 1965) is a jazz pianist born in Berlin, Germany, to an African-American mother and French father. Terrasson studied at the Berklee College of Music before playing at clubs in Chicago and New York City. He gained increased attention after winning the Thelonious Monk Piano Competition in 1993. He worked with Betty Carter and in 1997 with Cassandra Wilson on her album Rendezvous. Jacky Terrasson (Blue Note, 1994). Reach (Blue Note, 1996).
What It Is Jacky Terrasson. This album has an average beat per minute of 110 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 76/166 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist What It Is.
Listen to What It Is by Jacky Terrasson on Deezer. What It Is. Jacky Terrasson 01-01-1999. Total duration:53 min. 01. Sam's Song. Composers: Jacky Terrasson.
This record however should hold up better- especially now that the initial shock of Jacky Terrasson having departed from his strongly-associated trio format is over. Paris is a concept record that is intended to be a heartfelt tribute by M. errasson to the city of his youth.
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What It Is. "Please retry". Jacky Terrasson has built a reputation as a lean and mean pianist with the ability to inject lightening bolts of energy into his work. On What It Is, however, Terrasson has taken a decidedly different direction. Rather than calling on his excellent trio, he has chosen to flesh out his band with the addition of everything from flute to guitar to harmonica. While this certainly allows Terrasson to flex his arranging muscles, many of these compositions feel watered down and lacking the intensity and exploration that has been his trademark on previous work.