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Dave Holland Quintet

Dave Holland Quintet

Dave Holland Quintet


The Dave Holland Quintet's music is a mixture of progressive-minded post-bop and avant-garde jazz, with asymmetrical rhythms, creative harmonies, emphasis on group improvisation, and extended forms, to create some of the most well-respected music in postmodern jazz (in no small part because of the inspiring feat of their continued balancing act between being both accessible and edgy). The first incarnation of the Dave Holland Quintet was born in 1983 on the album, Jumpin' In. Read more on Last.fm
The Dave Holland Quintet's music is a mixture of progressive-minded post-bop and avant-garde jazz, with asymmetrical rhythms, creative harmonies, emphasis on group improvisation, and extended forms, to create some of the most well-respected music in postmodern jazz (in no small part because of the inspiring feat of their continued balancing act between being both accessible and edgy). The first incarnation of the Dave Holland Quintet was born in 1983 on the album, Jumpin' In. The original 1980s quintet (which had no chordal instruments--only bass, drums, and brass and reed instruments) went on to record two more albums after that. In 1997, Holland formed a second quintet, one which would gain more recognition and accolades over the course of its career (which still continues to this day), including multiple Grammy nominations and wins.

The current quintet includes Robin Eubanks on trombone and cowbell; Steve Nelson on marimba and vibraphone; Chris Potter on saxophones; and Nate Smith on drums. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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