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Borderlands

Modern New York jazz

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2010


Artists:

David Calarco

drums

John Menegon

string basas

John Menegon

string bass

Jonathan Lorentz

tenor sax

Suzanne Kantorski

voice

Teri Roiger

voice

Venue:

Upland Studio, New York



Engineer:

John Menegon



Record Label
Metier

Genre:

Jazz Contemporary


Contemporary

Total Time - 58:41
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JONATHAN LORENTZ

1 

Borderlands

2:17
 Jonathan Lorentz tenor sax
 John Menegon string bass
 David Calarco drums
 Suzanne Kantorski voice
     
2 

Sounds Like

4:58
 Jonathan Lorentz tenor sax
 John Menegon string bass
 David Calarco drums
     
3 

Hurmmm…

4:38
 Jonathan Lorentz tenor sax
 John Menegon string bass
 David Calarco drums
     
 

DAVID CALARCO

4 

Trane Fare

7:09
 Jonathan Lorentz tenor sax
 John Menegon string bass
 David Calarco drums
     
 

JONATHAN LORENTZ

5 

Drive Down

5:29
 Jonathan Lorentz tenor sax
 John Menegon string bass
 David Calarco drums
 Suzanne Kantorski voice
     
6 

Borderlands, Pt II

0:24
 David Calarco drums
     
7 

Stir

4:03
 Jonathan Lorentz tenor sax
 John Menegon string bass
 David Calarco drums
     
8 

He's the Budz

4:16
 Jonathan Lorentz tenor sax
 John Menegon string bass
 David Calarco drums
     
9 

The Sign

5:04
 Jonathan Lorentz tenor sax
 John Menegon string bass
 David Calarco drums
 Teri Roiger voice
     
10 

Borderlands, Pt III

0:26
 John Menegon string bass
     
11 

You Snooze You Lose Blues

1:50
 Jonathan Lorentz tenor sax
 John Menegon string bass
 David Calarco drums
     
12 

Drums Play

4:18
 Jonathan Lorentz tenor sax
 John Menegon string bass
 David Calarco drums
     
 

JOHN MENEGON

13 

Motion Detector

5:38
 Jonathan Lorentz tenor sax
 John Menegon string bass
 David Calarco drums
 Suzanne Kantorski voice
     
 

JONATHAN LORENTZ

14 

Borderlands, Pt. IV

2:57
 Jonathan Lorentz tenor sax
     
15 

Addiction

5:14
 Jonathan Lorentz tenor sax
 John Menegon string basas
 David Calarco drums
 Teri Roiger voice


Borderlands is the title of the painting by Shawn Snow which graces the cover of this fine new CD, and inspired the four-part theme and variations which make up the title track. Borderlands is an album of discovery, exploration into unsafe, unfamiliar territory, yet with firm and unshakeable roots.

Jonathan Lorentz was raised in Vermont, but moved to New York where he became a (very young!) veteran of the Manhattan jazz scene and picking up a Ph.D from NYU, before movingto northern upstate New York closer to his own roots. Jon Says that since leaving New York City, he feels that he is on the borderlands of the jazz scene, and spent some time chilling, playing standards around local bars and venues, never satisfied. That all changed when the Trio came together.

Bassist John Menegon had been working with Jon for two years; he had also moved upstate after learning his trade in NY and Montreal. The final link was drummer David ’Scorch Calarco’ a man with an intense and ever so precise paying style which can range from gentle to pretty ferocious.

Borderlands is the first step on the trios’ voyage into new forms and styles which take all that’s good from the traditional club scene and bend it into something new. What makes this special, apart from the music, is the incredible chemistry between the players.

The addition of smooth, silky and sensuous (mainly wordless) vocal contributions from Teri Roiger and Suzanne Kantorski adds the icing to this seminal album.
 

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