Eliot Zigmund “Time Was” (SCCD 33136)

SCCD 33136 Eliot Zigmund “Time Was”

A New York City native, veteran drummer Eliot Zigmund has performed with numerous jazz luminaries throughout his long career but most known is his tenure with Bill Evans in the 70s where Zigmund’s sensitive and tasteful support to the great pianist was always present. Here on his new album Zigmund leads a consummate quartet fronted by up and coming sax talent Chris Cheek.

Zigmund is that breed of percussionist who does not count their pride alongside their visible signs of virtuosity. He is in every way a musician with extensive experience but above all the art of listening.” (Jazzman Magazine)

ELIOT ZIGMUND drums
CHRIS CHEEK tenor & soprano saxophone
MIKE ECKROTH piano
MORRIE LOUDEN bass

Recorded October 2011

1 SUPPOSITION (Morrie Louden) 8:05
2 LIEBSLIED (Kurt Weil) 6:33
3 DUKE ELLINGTON’S SOUND OF LOVE (Charles Mingus) 4:36
4 EIDERDOWN (Steve Swallow) 7:52
5 OHLA MARIA (Antonio Carlos Jobim) 6:32
6 TIME WAS (Miguel Prado) 5:28
7 ELSA (Earl Zindars) 5:39
8 GOODBYE (Gordon Jenkins) 6:36
Total Playing Time 51:24

UPC 716043313624

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