Ian Carey & Ben Stolorow – DuocracyMarch 7, 2014 / No Comments / Tags: Ben Stolorow, Duocracy, Ian Carey, Kabocha, thejazzpage.com
The pared down pairing of trumpeter Ian Carey and pianist Ben Stolorow on their new effort Duocracy is a simple pleasure. It’s not often that we get hear the interplay of the trumpet and piano alone together, and the talents of these two gentleman certainly elevates the caliber of the effort. They primarily cover a nice selection of standards by Rodgers and Hart, Henry Mancini, Thelonious Monk, George and Ira Gerswhin and Walter Donaldson among others. The duo of Carey and Stolorow makes this more than a fascinating concept, instead it’s a fantastic recording.
Click to listen to a clip of “Cherokee”:
Tracks: Little White Lies, You Took Advantage of Me, Cherokee, Goodbye, Four in One, Two For The Road, Social Call, Coming Along, How Long Has This Been Going On?, All The Things You Are .