As I listen to this track, the first impression that comes to my mind is this... Ron Cha is good.
Actually, let me rephrase that - Ron Cha is really freakin good!!
Giant 'Baby Elephant' Steps by Assamese musician, Ron Cha, starts with a drum loop that has a most peculiar swing and seamlessly flows into Cha's Rhodes like chords... It's a superb intro.
Essentially divided into two main parts, Cha demonstrates his artistry with ease and peppers the track with blistering solo's and gentle warm chords. I really like the way the acoustic piano takes over from the keyboard, setting up the second half of the track.
This is not music for the cheap thrills of beer: it is music for a bottle of wine or some of that 'good' whiskey you've been hiding from your friends.
is a Jazz Pianist who trained in Western Classical Piano initially and crossed over to Jazz. He has trained with renowned Piano teacher, Mrs. Roxana Anklesaria for 3 years. He has attained likes from the countries best musicians such as Louis Banks and Joe Alvares. Ron is currently involved in his Trio project with the North Eastern Jazz Collective and freelancing as a session musician in the country.