Tom Gullion: Cat's Cradle by Joel Roberts, published on November 1, 1999. On his new album on Britain's Naim label, Chicago tenor saxophonist Tom Gullion exemplifies one of the qualities too often missing among younger jazz musicians: patience. This is a supremely self-assured, unhurried effort emphasizing mood, tone and timing over mere technique and speed. Gullion, who played in . Johnson's band in his early twenties, has a rich, gentle tenor sound that owes a lot to middle-period Coltrane; which is to say he plays loping, harmonically complex lines that remain highly melodic.
Album · 1998 · 7 Songs. Cat's Cradle Tom Gullion. Listen on Apple Music.
Composed By – Tom Gullion. Composed By – Tom Gullion. Acoustic Bass – Rob Amster. Drums – Paul Wertico. Electric Guitar – John Moulder. Engineer – Ken Christianson.
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Tom Gullion (born July 25, 1965, Clinton, Indiana) is an American jazz saxophonist. Gullion studied with David Baker at Indiana University. He began his professional career with trombonist J. J. Johnson. He and his wife, a classical violinist, moved to Spain, where she worked in an orchestra. Gullion recorded with the band Clunia and also provided music for movies and television. In 1995, they moved to Chicago, and Guillion attended graduate school at Northwestern University
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