William Fielder Love Progression
By Jon Regen
Tue, 1 Jun 2010

William_FielderReissued just months before his death in 2009, this burning 1985 album is proof that renowned educator Fielder was as fierce a force on the concert stage as he was in the classroom. Backed by blazing post-bop pianist Mulgrew Miller, Fielder’s polytonal title track is a lesson in modern jazz harmony. Other standout cuts include Miller’s “Brooklyn At Dawn” and Fielder’s own “Validity.” A celebration of a tireless musical champion. (Prescription, ejazzlines.com)

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