℗ 2015 Winter and Winter
 

Siren

Uri Caine Trio

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1.1
Tarshish
Uri Caine Trio
2:19
1.2
Interloper
Uri Caine Trio
4:19
1.3
Siren
Uri Caine Trio
4:46
1.4
Crossbow
Uri Caine Trio
4:16
1.5
Smelly
Uri Caine Trio
5:16
1.6
Succubus
Uri Caine Trio
4:23
1.7
Green Dolphin Street
Uri Caine Trio
5:53
1.8
Foolish Me
Uri Caine Trio
4:33
1.9
Calibrated Thickness
Uri Caine Trio
2:10
1.10
Hazy Lazy Crazy
Uri Caine Trio
4:31
1.11
Free Lunch
Uri Caine Trio
4:53
1.12
Manual Defile
Uri Caine Trio
4:14
Total Playing Time    51:33
Pianist Uri Caine is one of the most respected performers on his instrument in both the jazz and classical worlds, and his group with bassist John Hébert and drummer Ben Perowsky demonstrates his capacity as an ensemble leader, continuing the great tradition of the piano trio established by the likes of Fats Waller, Bud Powell, Oscar Peterson and Bill Evans. The original compositions on Siren take full advantage of swing, interaction and dynamics for a contemporary approach to this well-established format.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Winter and Winter Studio Masters

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