“An intensity and sensitivity that is spellbinding."
- Jazz Review (Returning)
“Gluck makes the case that often what should be most valued is also what is most hidden.”
- NYC Jazz Record (Miles Davis Lost Quintet)
The Miles Davis Lost Quintet:
George Lewis: “a radical challenge to accepted portrayals of the networks that animated experimental music-making in the crucial decade of the 1970s.”
Stanley Cowell: “will be an important contribution to music literature and study.”
All About Jazz: “a compelling narrative of artistic ambitions and human nature.”
Bob Gluck & Tani Tabbal
Billy Hart, Eddie Henderson, Christopher Dean Sullivan, Bob Gluck—
Photo: of Bob Gluck Paul Grupp and Brenda Rose
Paintings: Stan Gluck (floral), Bob Gluck (keyboardist)
Bob Gluck (http://www.electricsongs.com) is a pianist, composer, writer, and rabbi. He has released four recordings of music for jazz ensembles, three of electronic music, and three of duets. Karl Ackerman (All About Jazz) wrote about his work: “As a composer and player, Gluck ranks with the likes of Andrew Hill and Cecil Taylor.” Jazz Review describes his previous FMR recording, “Returning,” as displaying "an intensity and sensitivity that is spellbinding." Gluck is author of two books published by University of Chicago Press, “You’ll Know When You Get There: Herbie Hancock and the Mwandishi Band” (2012) and “The Miles Davis ‘Lost’ Quintet and Other Revolutionary Ensembles” (2016). Gluck’s recent collaborators include Eddie Allen, Michael Bisio, Jane Ira Bloom, Billy Hart, Christopher Dean Sullivan, Ken Filiano, Joe Giardullo, Eddie Henderson, Ras Moshe Burnett, Aruan Ortiz, Neil Rolnick, Dean Sharp, Andrew Sterman, and Tani Tabbal. Gluck is a Professor at the University at Albany.