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Some Trees

CD (Item 612758) Hat Hut (Switzerland), 2006 — Condition: New Copy
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A very fresh-voiced set from the Brooklyn scene – almost an early expression of the rich sounds we've come to expect lately from all the players involved! In addition to Daniel Levin's bass, the set also features Nate Wooley on trumpet, Matt Moran on vibes, and Joe Morris on double bass – echoing older modern jazz modes from the 60s, especially the "new thing" era – while also exploring fresh sonic territory of their own – especially on some of the spare numbers that have individual players really dominating key moments in the music. Titles include "Some Trees", "Wickets", "Out To Lunch", "It's For You", "Zolowski", and "Wild Palms".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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