Sunday June 28, 2015
Redman was about as perfect a fit as you could hope for in a trio like this one. He was a dynamic force all night, calming the waters at times and then churning them up with gale-force winds from deep in his horn.
The trio picked up on every cue and Redman made The Bad sound a lot more jazzy than they otherwise would have.
From the first simple two-note motif in King’s composition Beauty Has It Hard, the quartet jelled perfectly, sounding as if they’d been together for a decade.
To read more by Peter Hadekel in The Montreal Gazette click HERE