Mark Turner

The Music of Mercedes Rossy

Fresh Sound New Talent

Chris Cheek (ts, ss), George Colligan (p), Mario Rossy (b), Jorge Rossy (d)

Reference: FSNT-043

Bar code: 84 27328 42043 3

Mark Turner is a post-bop tenor saxophonist most influenced by John Coltrane, but also notably Warne Marsh. Born November 10, 1965 in Ohio, Turner was raised in California and initially studied visual arts at Long Beach State, but decided instead to pursue music and transferred to Berklee. Turner moved to New York and worked with James Moody, Jimmy Smith, the TanaReid Quintet, Ryan Kisor, Jonny King, Leon Parker, and Joshua Redman. He recorded his first album as a leader, Yam Yam, in 1994; the follow-up, a self-titled effort, did not appear until 1998. In This World appeared later that same year, and in early 2000 Turner resurfaced with The Ballad Session. Cafe Oscurra appeared a year later.
- Steve Huey


1. Some Like to Love More Than Once
2. Amidst A Yesterday's Presence
3. Lost Ocean
4. The Other Side Of Time
5. 1991
6. Water Stones
7. 6 dOctubre
8. Gone But Not Forgotten
9. The Newcomer

Recorded in Barcelona, 1996


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