I have been a jazz guitarist in quartets for many years and I've always enjoyed working with saxophonists (and trumpet players). Now I find myself in their place, which is quite enjoyable and a completely different perspective. Haven't picked up the guitar in the last three years, I must confess, but I do still love to listen to it in this kind of context, with a competent guitarist. Yesterday I was listening to two Ralph Bowen CDs (Due Reverence and Dedicated), where Adam Rogers plays a a sideman, and the chemistry is fabulous.
By the way, I also enjoyed your compositions, very fresh and intriguing.
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