Sunday Session

by Rich Peare & Bill Crow

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Two artists, no amplification, some great tunes, add them up...and you have a marvelous album that swings in a pleasant easy going mode. A serious effort by both Peare and Crow.

Rich Peare And Bill Crow, Sunday Session, Collective Recordings, 2004,

Tracks; Confirmation, Have You Met Miss Jones, Round About Midnight, I Didn't Know What Time It Was, Motion, Rich Peare, Guitar; Bill Crow, Bass.
Review by John Gilbert:

Two artists, no amplification, a very personal setting, some great tunes... add them up... and you have a marvelous album that swings in a pleasant easy going mode.This recording also has some heat as evidenced by the blistering tempo in "It's Alright With Me". The guitar solo by Peare has some superb changes and Crow's bass shows off his nuclear time. Rich Peare's ideation and creative styling glows like an Aurora Borealis. "Confirmation" Just to hear the familiar melody of this tune will bring joy to the cognoscenti as well as the jazz fan. Both Crow and Peare pay homage to Bird in a most apropos manner. "Have You Met Miss Jones" This is another number that carries a delightful melody and is made for this type of presentation. The piece gets off the ground right from the opening and doesn't stop swinging until the last note is played. I found this record to be a serious effort by both Peare and Crow. There is no undo fuss or clutter, only solid playing by two master musicians.


Two outstanding artists on a Sunday afternoon have created a classic jazz master piece. "Sunday Session" stands out for its fine studio presence, as the recorded sound pours forth balanced and pure. The duo's walking bass and improvising guitar succeed in lighting up the room. Crow solos and Peare stretches out. Together they create a lovely scene that's steeped in the history of guitar Jazz, from its Swing days to the Modern Mainsteam. Jimmy Raney's "Motion" provides the duo an opportunity to step up the tempo and go to work on a display of their virtuosity. Both prove that their love of the music makes improvising over these familiar songs as natural as sleeping or walking. "Round Midnight" moves slowly and deliberately with genuine passion. Peare and Crow show a sincere familiarity with the music, while reaching out for fresh approaches. The guitarist's lighty moving cascades and swinging rhythmic motion give the piece a distinctive flavor. Since the remainder of the program plays at a faster pace, the swingability of their music receives considerable emphasis. Two outstanding artists on a Sunday afternoon have created a highly reccommended CD-R that speaks well for the state of Straight-Ahead Jazz.

Jim Santella
Cadence Jazz Magazine

Sunday Session album for sale by Rich Pearle was released Dec 13, 2005 on the Collectiverecordings label. Rich Peare And Bill Crow, Sunday Session, Collective Recordings, 2004, Tracks; Confirmation, Have You Met Miss Jones, Round About Midnight, I Didn't Know What Time It Was, Motion, Rich Peare, Guitar; Bill Crow, Bass. Sunday Session buy CD music Review by John Gilbert: Two artists, no amplification, a very personal setting, some great tunes... add them up... and you have a marvelous album that swings in a pleasant easy going mode. Sunday Session songs
This recording also has some heat as evidenced by the blistering tempo in "It's Alright With Me" Sunday Session album for sale The guitar solo by Peare has some superb changes and Crow's bass shows off his nuclear time. Sunday Session CD music Rich Peare's ideation and creative styling glows like an Aurora Borealis. "Confirmation" Just to hear the familiar melody of this tune will bring joy to the cognoscenti as well as the jazz fan Sunday Session buy CD music. Both Crow and Peare pay homage to Bird in a most apropos manner. "Have You Met Miss Jones" This is another number that carries a delightful melody and is made for this type of presentation. The piece gets off the ground right from the opening and doesn't stop swinging until the last note is played. I found this record to be a serious effort by both Peare and Crow. There is no undo fuss or clutter, only solid playing by two master musicians.

John Gilbert

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released August 8, 2004

Rich Peare - Gibson L-7
Bill Crow - Ancient French Upright Bass from the 1800's

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Rich Peare is a Jazz and Classical Guitar performer and teacher from Staten Island, N.Y.

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