Warm Autumn


The sound of Jazz “Warm Autumn” is recorded in New York. The musicians are all “American”. But the landlord is Kerem Görsev. Jazz is the sound of New York and Kerem is familiar to this sound. He wrote the compositions in Istanbul, where he lives, hears the sound of Jazz, keeps working and producing.Warm Autumn is the sound of Jazz.It is direct, hasn’t any “side” or “sub” messages.The Album conveys Kerem!s “Jazz Feeling” and sometimes reflections from his daily life. Still, nothing localis emphasized in this album. Eric Revis is brilliant bass player, Russel Gunn, J.D. Allen, Jason Jackson, Alvester Garnett, and Kahlil Kwane Bell are outstanding young musicians. Tehy all feel at home in Kerem’s broad and airy compositions. Jazz came a long way through generations. Kerem Görsev has friends in New York who share what he feels in Istanbul. Tough one hasn’t to be a New Yorker to share his music. The sound of Jazz is audible in “Warm Autumun”

Sadettin Davran

2His name is Bebop 102nd06:27
3Sailor Longed for08:17
4There is no greater love06:58
6Wild Flowers07:34
7Strollin-Horace Silver08:55
8Warm Autumun08:02
9I’ll remember April04:26
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Kerem Görsev – Piano
Russel Gunn – Trumpet
J.D. Allen – Tenor Saxophone
Jason Jackson – Trombone
Eric Revis – Bass
Alvester Garnett – Drums
Kahlil Kwame Bell – Percussions