CHRIS BERGSON / NEAL MINER: THE MAKING OF “PLAY DATE”

Neal Miner is one of the quiet heroes of this music — an eloquent yet understated, subtle player who’s also a fine composer and a superb videographer.  Here he’s teamed with Boston guitarist / singer Chris Bergson for a mix of casual reminiscence, THESE FOOLISH THINGS, and more.  Think Pettiford meets Boston blues, sweet acoustic swing visits Ray Charles.  I admire the little video here and can’t wait for the actual CD to come out — it promises to be great music:

What beautiful sounds!

2 responses to “CHRIS BERGSON / NEAL MINER: THE MAKING OF “PLAY DATE”

  1. Pingback: GOOD AND GROOVY — “PLAY DATE”: NEAL MINER / CHRIS BERGSON | JAZZ LIVES

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