Wynton playing in Ted Nash’s album

Posted on December 17th, 2003 in CD | Tags: cd

Wynton played on four tunes in Still Evolved, Ted Nash’s new album.
Nash plays tenor saxophone and clarinet in New York’s most vital, but very different, jazz ensembles—the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra and the more adventurous Jazz Composers Collective—and this album explores the links between tradition and innovation, composition and improvisation.

Still Evolved features the rhythm section of Matt Wilson on drums, Ben Allison on bass and Frank Kimbrough on piano. Wynton Marsalis and Marcus Printup, both colleagues of his in the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra, join the band for four tunes each. Kimbrough, Allison and Wilson play with Nash often in his role as a Jazz Composers Collective collaborator.

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