P.L.M Posted June 29, 2005 Report Share Posted June 29, 2005 (edited) Many of the people I know would quickly agree that Chris Potter is one of the best improvisers alive. You people seriously need to warm up to him, no matter how long it takes. Really? I find Potter to be one of the most predictable and academic sax player on the main stream scene today. If you think than he is "one of the best improvisers alive", you and me don't surely share the same idea on what "improvisation" is. I'm not a specialist of this "scene" (the main stream) but tenor sax players like Tony Malaby, Bill McHenry and most of the younger one that you can find on "Fresh Sound New Talent" are way ahead of him, for this ears, to say the truth. Edited June 29, 2005 by P.L.M Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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