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Ken Fowser – Standing Tall (2016)

Ken Fowser – Standing Tall (2016)

We already knew from his recordings with Behn Gillece that Ken Fowser has the goods as a saxophonist and composer; ‘Standing Tall’, his debut as sole leader, further confirms those things.

Ken Fowser and Behn Gillece – Top Shelf (2013)

If, as they say, the third time’s the charm, what does that make the fourth time? If it’s concerning a collaboration by tenor saxophonist Ken Fowser and vibraphonist Behn Gillece, it’s even more so the charm.

Tony Monaco – Celebration (2012)

The way I see it, there are two figures in the good ‘n’ greasy kind of organ soul-jazz today who tower above all others: Joey DeFrancesco and Tony Monaco.

Ken Fowser/Behn Gillece – DuoTone (2011)

Last year we investigated a strong post-bop excursion by the potent, up-and-coming partnership of tenor saxophonist Ken Fowser and vibraphonist Behn Gillece. Little Echo (2010) swung like mad and put into sharp focus the tight rapport of Fowser and Gillece

Ken Fowser & Behn Gillece – Little Echo (2010)

by S. Victor Aaron It’s not unusual at all for the tenor sax and the vibraphone to appear on the same jazz record; we’ve heard these on countless jazz recordings. But by co-leading a record, saxophonist Ken Fowser and vibraphonist Behn Gillece gives us fairly rare opportunity to hear both instruments as the two lead voices sharing equal billing. LittleRead More