Reviews

"Guitarist Dan Rose's The Water's Rising grows in interest with each listen...the sound of the group and the subtle creativity makes this well worthy of one's close attention."full review
Scott Yanow, CADENCE


"...a flat out improvisor, snake quick and skilled." full review
Michael G. Nastos, ALL MUSIC GUIDE

"One comes away impressed with Rose's composing ability...(and) wondering what's keeping the big wigs from listening." full review
Jeff Morris, 52ND STREET JAZZ

"Guitarist Dan Rose has created an album of original compositions that reflect diversity in both mood and sound." full review
Patricia Myers, JAZZTIMES

"Matin Quel Leader!" (What a leader!)" full review
Serge Loupien JAZZ MAGAZINE, Paris

"Each musician brings something special in his playing to this CD, and it is a CD you will want to have in your library! The Water's Rising is unique, full of fun and joy!" full review
Lee Prosser, JAZZREVIEW.COM

"Conversations brings a new voice on the guitar that is worth listening to." full review
Stephan Richter, JAZZ PODIUM

"The distinctive chordal sound he favors here is very nice." full review
Ken Franckling, JAZZTIMES

"Dan Rose offers a conventional singl-line jazz guitar style in a post-Ornette context. Many of Rose's tunes have a singing Coleman flavor, and on the heads he uses his electric guitar as an extra horn...a fine guitarist and a capable soloist."
Kevin Whitehead, CADENCE

"Dan Rose is a brilliant guitarist."
Karl Forster, SUDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG

"Melodic playing...Cleverly and intelligently composed songs. A lot of originality and audacity."
JAZZ MAGAZINE, Paris

"Not many jazz guitarists can achieve a thick enough tone to play an electric guitar, but Rose has had no problems since his days with Paul Bley in the '70's. Quick chromatic lines and jutting rhythms work their way into blues-influenced modern jazz."
Jesse T. LISTEN.COM

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