Jazz Links Ensemble | The Drive

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The Drive

by Jazz Links Ensemble

This two year labor of love features an ensemble of the next generation of jazz performers whose debut on this CD project is just the beginning.
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
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1. The Drive
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2. Summertime
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3. Library
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4. Afro-Centric
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5. Infant Eyes
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6. Butterfly
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7. Black Narcissus
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8. Invitation
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9. Beatrice
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10. Bye Bye Blackbird
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11. Israel
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This two year labor of love features an ensemble of the next generation of jazz performers whose debut on this CD project is just the beginning. "The Drive" aptly titled after one of the original compositions on the CD, signifies what it takes to be a young jazz performer. The selected tunes exemplify the passion of these young musicians for this ageless music. Accompanied by Producer and Mentor for the project, Robert (Baabe) Irving, III; with Ari Brown and Corey Wilkes on some numbers, the performers not only had an opportunity to "shine" but to do so along-side world renowned Jazz artists.


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