New album by Adam Larson Overdue Ovation

Adam Larson's newest album

“Overdue Ovation” is the sophomore release from saxophonist-composer Adam Larson. This album features six new compositions from Larson as well as contributions from co-producer and frequent collaborator with Larson, Nils Weinhold and the standard “Remember”, by Irving Berlin.

“I wanted to record what I consider the other side of my composing”, says Larson, adding, “Simple Beauty (Larson’s first record), gave me the opportunity to explore one side of my composing; this record allows me to explore another”. The title for the album is a tribute of sorts to Larson’s parents; mother Peggy, and father, John. “They are such a huge part of my musical upbringing, and I wouldn’t be where I am today without them”, he says. Taking a slightly different approach for personnel on this endeavor, Larson sticks with pianist Can Olgun, and adds Midwest-native and soon to be Juilliard graduate, trumpeter Gabe Medd to his list of peer collaborators. “Can is who I hear on piano and Gabe and I have had a great rapport since we were young; both sound excellent on this record.” For the rhythm section, Larson enlists veteran players Jay Anderson and Rodney Green.

Overdue Ovation

Adam Larson Music Group 2013

Personnel:

Adam Larson- tenor/soprano saxophone/compositions

Gabe Medd- trumpet

Can Olgun- piano

Jay Anderson- bass

Rodney Green- drums

Nils Weinhold- co-producer

Katsuhiko Naito- mixing/mastering

 

Track Listing:

  1. This as Well- Adam Larson
  2. Indemnification Blues- Adam Larson
  3. Overdue Ovation- Adam Larson
  4. Remember- Irving Berlin
  5. Too Much, Too Soon- Adam Larson
  6. Prinzenpark- Nils Weinhold
  7. Without- Adam Larson
  8. Layers- Adam Larson

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