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For his fourth disc for Criss Cross, drummer/leader Ralph Peterson has reconstituted the Fo'tet, his critically acclaimed forward-looking quartet featuring vibraphonist Bryan Carrott. Founding member clarinetist Don Byron returns after a nearly 15 years hiatus to revisit the group's truly unique, original sound. Percussionist Eguie Castillo augments the band to help it fuse Latin rhythms into the mix, including a Puerto Rican plena arrangement of Joe Henderson's "Shade of Jade" and a Brazilian samba flavored reworking of the leader's "Keep it Simple." Features bassist Belden Bullock.
For his fourth disc for Criss Cross, drummer/leader Ralph Peterson has reconstituted the Fo'tet, his critically acclaimed forward-looking quartet featuring vibraphonist Bryan Carrott. Founding member clarinetist Don Byron returns after a nearly 15 years hiatus to revisit the group's truly unique, original sound. Percussionist Eguie Castillo augments the band to help it fuse Latin rhythms into the mix, including a Puerto Rican plena arrangement of Joe Henderson's "Shade of Jade" and a Brazilian samba flavored reworking of the leader's "Keep it Simple." Features bassist Belden Bullock.
8712474125524
Ralph Peterson - Fo'tet Augmented

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Format: CD
Label: CSS
Catalog: 1255
Rel. Date: 09/28/2004
UPC: 8712474125524

Fo'tet Augmented
Artist: Ralph Peterson
Format: CD
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For his fourth disc for Criss Cross, drummer/leader Ralph Peterson has reconstituted the Fo'tet, his critically acclaimed forward-looking quartet featuring vibraphonist Bryan Carrott. Founding member clarinetist Don Byron returns after a nearly 15 years hiatus to revisit the group's truly unique, original sound. Percussionist Eguie Castillo augments the band to help it fuse Latin rhythms into the mix, including a Puerto Rican plena arrangement of Joe Henderson's "Shade of Jade" and a Brazilian samba flavored reworking of the leader's "Keep it Simple." Features bassist Belden Bullock.
        
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