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Jazz, Boogie and Deja Blues


Jazz, Boogie and Deja Blues


Editorial Reviews

Product Description

A highly accessible recording!

Scott Cossu was one of the first artists to record for Windham Hill Records, here is his first recording for Summit Records!

Pianist Scott Cossu shows another facet of his musical art with

The enormous success of musical veteran Scott Cossu has been no accident; those who know of Windham Hill just may recognize the name! Here, Scott leaps out of the new age corner he's been categorized into and presents an incredibly diverse offering that illustrates just how skillful and talented this artist really is.

''Pianist Scott Cossu ratchets up the groove dial with JAZZ, BOOGIE amp; DEJA BLUES. All three of these genres, as well as ethnic experimentation, have always peaked into Cossu's music over the years, but this release fixes the spotlight firmly on them. You would be hard pressed to find another album that does such a great job of expressing the pure joy of making music. Playful and full of fun, this is great music that can be savored on many levels.''

Kathy Parsons

from Mainly Piano Top 1000 Reviewer Vine Voice


Jazz sensibilities, tempered with light classical touches and spiced with a little Latin. --Jazziz

''Whether new fan or old, this is a welcome post card from a cat that hasn't been gone too long but has been on the sidelines for too long. Smoking piano jazz from a real cooker that's totally back in fine form.''

Chris Spector, Editor --Midwest Record

''Cossu takes jazz, ethnic amp; classical to a New Age''

''...Cossu speaks often of a world concept, which he says is the message of his music. His use of rhythms, scales and modes of traditional ethnic peoples in his music is intended, he explains, to bring the audience into contact with an unfamiliar culture in a pleasing way. He hopes that will help build a respect and appreciation for cultures foreign to his audience, and that that appreciation will allow them to see that beauty and peace are much larger than one's own cultural interpretation. Seeing the expanded scope of beauty and recognizing one's place in it, he hopes, will lead his listeners to take one more step, to what he calls ''combining the beauty and the doing,'' rethinking one's actions in the busy, narrow-minded hubbub of one's own culture.'' --South Sound Sounds

Jazz, Boogie and Deja Blues