Dan Adler
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Dan Adler

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"Review by Steve Armour"

Dan Adler has found a role in protecting the legacy of the jazz guitar… He has a clean sound, Metheney-esque, with the long lines and quick turns of his acknowledged influences, Pat Martino and Joe Pass.

- http://JazzReview.com

"Review by Jack Wilkins"

Dan Adler may not be as well known as some, but his extraordinary playing on this new CD is sure to change that. Besides Dan’s glittering tone and precision, there are some wonderful solos and great rapport and interplay with the other members of this top-notch group: Grant Stewart, Richard Samuels, Dmitri Kolesnik and Phil Stewart.

The four standards are all well known, and Dan’s arrangements treat them with high regard. The six originals are very inventive, and the title track is a clever take on “All The Things You Are”. Dan Adler shows off his considerable technique with much taste and professionalism. I highly recommend this CD. Well done, Dan and company! - Album Cover


Dan Adler's new CD: “All Things Familiar” is available at http://danadler.com with mp3 previews



Born and raised in Israel, Dan Adler studied music and composition privately while learning the craft of Jazz by playing with some of Israel’s best known musicians while he was still a teenager.
After moving to the US in 1986, Dan Adler has made New York City his home base. He has studied and played with guitarists Peter Sprague, Jack Wilkins, Vic Juris, Rick Stone, Joshua Breakstone, Satoshi Inoue, Peter Bernstein, Richard Boukas, Rodney Jones, Paul Bollenback, Joe Giglio as well as saxophone legends Bob Berg and Steve Grossman.

“All Things Familiar” is guitarist Dan Adler’s first CD as a leader. For this recording, Dan Adler has assembled a group of top-notch New York musicians. Grant Stewart, widely recognized to be one of the freshest tenor saxophone voices in the mainstream jazz world. Richard Samuels on piano, Dmitri Kolesnik on Bass and Phil Stewart on drums form a cohesive and imaginative rhythm section. All great soloists and recording artists in their own right, their interaction on this recording is magical.