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I Remember You

I Remember You

  • By John Menegon
  • Release 5/03/2014
  • Music Genre Jazz
  • Media Format CD
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Price: $18.24

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I REMEMBER YOU is a dedication to the late, great musicians David "Fathead" Newman and Dewey Redman, both of whom I had a working relationship with for over fifteen years. Also included on the CD are compositions dedicated to drummer Paul Motian, pianist/vocalist Ray Charles, and the great Brazilian vocalist Gal Costa. All these musicians have greatly influenced and shaped my musical life as a creative artist. John Menegon (Bassist / Composer / Arranger) A resident of Upstate New York, Menegon started his career as a jazz bassist in Montreal. After having worked for several years on the Canadian jazz scene, he then went on to hone his skills in NYC in the mid-80s. Since moving to New York City to study Jazz at Long Island University on a full scholarship, John has performed/recorded with Dewey Redman, David "Fathead" Newman, Matt Wilson, Frank Kimbrough, John Hicks, Yoron Israel, Jack DeJohnette, Kenny Burrell, Kenny Barron, Paul Bley, Anthony Braxton's Tri-Centric Orchestra, Sheila Jordan, Joe Lovano, and many others. John was an integral member of the Dewey Redman Quartet, as well as the David "Fathead" Newman Quintet, and spent over a decade performing, touring, and recording with them.

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Artist: John Menegon
Title: I Remember You
Genre: Jazz
Release Date: 5/03/2014
Label: CD Baby
Media Format: CD
UPC: 888295003629

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