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Transitions

by Edwin Livingston

This is a thrilling new release from a unique and individual bassist. The music is serious, and energetic yet delicate enough to appease any curious listeners. "Transitions" features an abundance of sonic capabilities from a compact ensemble.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Color
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2. Ozmotin'
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3. Duet #1
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4. I Meant You
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5. Point of Origin
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6. Duet #2
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7. The Long, Slow, Agonizing Death of Jim Crow
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8. Duet #3
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9. Dayne
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Transisitions features:

Edwin Livingston - bass
Justo Almario - t. sax/flute
Joe LaBarbera - drums
Jason Marsalis - drums
Clarence Johnson III - t.sax, s. sax/ b. clarinet
Andrew Baham - trumpet

This is an exciting new release from Edwin Livingston. It features all original music with some of the most creative musicians on the scene today. There is something for every palette on Transitions and plenty of room for personal reflection and expanding ones concept of the conventional.


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