James Moody, Charles McPherson, Roy Hargrove, and Roberta Gambarini
Fakers recoil, goatees sprout and virtuosos take up their horns. Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie set the bebop revolution in motion, their twisting, syncopated lines igniting the rhythms of jazz.
Latter-day fakers beware as the legendary James Moody, Charles McPherson, the alto sax voice of Charlie Parker in Clint Eastwood's Bird, and trumpeter Roy Hargrove--the "natural choice to fill Gillespie's shoes" (NY Times) raise battle axes and swing. GRAMMY-winner Roberta Gambarini brings the vocals.