by Troy Dostert, All About Jazz
“Finding one’s inspiration in an iconic figure like John Coltrane presents a huge challenge for any musician. The sheer scope of the master’s vision and the uniqueness of his instrumental voice can become overwhelming—particularly if the ultimate aim is to forge one’s own path. But over a long and highly accomplished career, Dave Liebman has managed to do just that, even if it meant that for a time he had to break free of Coltrane’s shadow by setting aside his tenor sax in favor of the soprano, allowing him to cultivate his individuality more decisively.”
Read the full review here.