Half Notes: Jae Sinnett – It's Telling … A Drummer's Perspective (2007)

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by Mark Saleski

Wow, sometimes you just stumble onto a little gold. Jae Sinnett’s kit work manages to channel bits of my favorite drummers (Jeff Watts, Tony Williams) while retaining his own thing. It’s very inspiring to be witness to a player who can muster great power when necessary and still dial back to great levels of sensitivity on the snare and high hat. While it might be a drummer’s perspective, Sinnett’s quartet pushes him along nearly as much drives them. Great stuff.

Half Notes is a quick-take music feature on Something Else! Reviews, presented whenever the mood strikes us.

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