Benito Gonzalez: Sing to the World (Rainy Days)

Few jazz pianists arriving on the scene since the 1960s have been able to sidestep the musical influence of the late McCoy Tyner. Benito Gonzalez is no exception. Gonzalez absolutely reveres Tyner, especially the elder’s chromatic-based, two-fisted pentatonic techniques. Gonzalez’s uptempo modal compositions — constituting nearly half of Sing to the World (Gonzalez’s fifth release)

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