Guitarist

Kurt Rosenwinkel

  • Oct 28, 1970 (age 49)
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2019
Do it 1992
AlbumMay 3, 2019

Do it 1992

Do it 1992 released.
2017
Caipi
AlbumMar 10, 2017

Caipi

Caipi released.
2012
Star Of Jupiter
AlbumNov 13, 2012

Star Of Jupiter

Star of Jupiter is Kurt Rosenwinkel's tenth album …
Star of Jupiter is Kurt Rosenwinkel's tenth album as a band leader. This album includes a new band and is Rosenwinkel's first quartet album since The Next Step (2001). The album includes mostly new songs with a remark of an old composition, "A Shifting Design". A review at All About Jazz called the album "a contemporary classic." Transcriptions of the album by Denin Koch have been published by Mel Bay.
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2010
Our Secret World
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AlbumSep 7, 2010

Our Secret World

Our Secret World is Kurt Rosenwinkel's ninth album …
Our Secret World is Kurt Rosenwinkel's ninth album as a band leader. It is a collaboration with the Orchestra de Jazz Matosinhos from Portugal. The project was begun in 2007 and was performed in 2008. Recording took place over three days in September 2009. This was preceded by three days of twelve-hour rehearsals.
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SongJan 1, 2010

Dream of the Old
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SongJan 1, 2010

Zhivago
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SongJan 1, 2010

Use of Light
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2009
Seeing People
AlbumDec 1, 2009

Seeing People

Seeing People released.
2008
The Remedy: Live at the Village Vanguard
AlbumMar 21, 2008

The Remedy: Live at the Village Vanguard

The Remedy: Live at the Village Vanguard released.
2007
Frictions
AlbumAug 20, 2007

Frictions

Frictions released.
2005
Deep Song
AlbumMar 1, 2005

Deep Song

Deep Song is Kurt Rosenwinkel's sixth album as a band …
Deep Song is Kurt Rosenwinkel's sixth album as a band leader. The album features a new band, composed of pianist Brad Mehldau, tenor saxophonist Joshua Redman, bassist Larry Grenadier, and drummers Ali Jackson and Jeff Ballard. While the all-star cast appearing on the record was seen as an attempt at commercial success, the players had all previously worked together and were part of the underground jazz scene in New York City during the 1990s. Among the tracks on Deep Song are two jazz standards, "If I Should Lose You" and "Deep Song". Of the eight original compositions on Deep Song, three were previously recorded and appeared on The Next Step and The Enemies of Energy.
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SongMar 1, 2005

Gesture
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SongMar 1, 2005

Deep Song
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2003
Heartcore
AlbumAug 12, 2003

Heartcore

Heartcore is Kurt Rosenwinkel's fifth album as a band leader. …
Heartcore is Kurt Rosenwinkel's fifth album as a band leader. The album was fully produced by Rosenwinkel and Q-Tip of popular hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest. The album is a departure musically from Rosenwinkel's previous work, as he contributes keyboard, drums, and voice, at times creating soundscapes completely on his own in his personal studio. Says Rosenwinkel, "There is a place, musically, that’s above the categories. This record – it’s jazz. And it’s much more". While much of the album features varied instrumentation and personnel, a few tracks rely on a live performance aspect, reminding the listener of the connection to the jazz tradition. Rosenwinkel cites the influence of Arnold Schoenberg in the harmonic textural construction on Heartcore.
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Everything Will Be All Right
AlbumJan 1, 2003

Everything Will Be All Right

Everything Will Be All Right released.
2001
The Next Step
AlbumJan 9, 2001

The Next Step

The Next Step is Kurt Rosenwinkel's fourth album …
The Next Step is Kurt Rosenwinkel's fourth album as a band leader. It is his second release on Verve, and regarded as a major step in his creative evolution. Rosenwinkel himself, says of the album, "It represents the culmination of many life phases for me. Some of these phases started ten years ago and have finally found resolution in this record. It represents the next step in my music and in my life". The album debuts a number of Rosenwinkel compositions which would become staples of his live performances and would also be rerecorded on his albums, Deep Song and Star of Jupiter. This material was developed by the band during their frequent gigs at Smalls Jazz Club in New York City. Mitch Borden, the club's owner recalled that "Kurt Rosenwinkel's band played with such dramatic fire, that it would consume everyone present". The Next Step features several songs with alternate guitar tunings, as well as Kurt Rosenwinkel's piano playing on one tune.
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SongJan 9, 2001

Minor Blues
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1998
SongJan 1, 1998

Darn That Dream
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Intuit
AlbumJan 1, 1998

Intuit

Intuit is jazz guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel's second album …
Intuit is jazz guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel's second album as a band leader.
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1970
Kurt Rosenwinkel
BirthOctober 1970

Kurt Rosenwinkel

Kurt Rosenwinkel was born.
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