Kid Brother CD cover

A Rhythmic Foundation
to the Later Brazilian Sound

This hard-driving trio album was the foundation on which much of the Rich K, Brazil and Beyond rhythm-infused sound was formed.

“Flip Flop” (Rich Kowalewski) (play clip)

“24th & Bagley” (Rich K) (play clip)

“B&G Blues” (Rich K) (play clip)

“Don’t You Worry ’Bout a Thing” (Stevie Wonder)

“Nascimento” (Barry Harris)

“Darius Dance” (Marc Copland)

“Ballade” (Kerry Lundquist)

“Chopin” (Rich K)

“Tumbao Africano” (Ray Barretto)

All titles by Rich Kowalewski (Rich K) are published by KOWRICH Music BMI.

Quotes From Our Fans

“Thank you so much for the CD. It’s terrific!”—Robert Gladstone, Late Principal Bassist, Detroit Symphony Orchestra

“A punchy and polished contemporary jazz band. Rich K’s leadership is obvious from the mix — the bass is front and center throughout. This not only showcases his fine work but also gives the date much of its contemporary feel, especially with Rob Emanuel kicking along in step. Besides coloring the proceedings with multiple synth-isms, pianist Lundquist also plays solid jazz piano in the Hancock-Corea vein. Together the trio locks into a number of grooves with an urbane flair.”—David Dupont, Cadence, 2/98

Personnel

Rich K: Bass

Kerry Lundquist: Keyboards

Rob Emanuel: Drum kit

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