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Yellow Mountain

by Rick Frank

Contemporary Jazz
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Yellow Mountain
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2. Le Tango
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3. Island of Introspection
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4. Hymn to Kalopi
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5. Minor Blues
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6. Mr. Z.
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7. Monk Funk
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8. Nubop
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9. Spacejunk
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10. You and the Night and the Music
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
On Yellow Mountain (黄山), his latest DC release as a leader, Rick Frank returns to the recording studio with special guests Oscar Stagnaro on bass, and Paulo Stagnaro on percussion. Yellow Mountain also contains a composition, "Island of Introspection" by one of Rick's high school classmates, Tom Davis.

The title track, composed by Rick, was inspired by a trip to China he took with his family in 2007. The cover photo was taken by Rick at Huang Shan (translation - Yellow Mountain). The song attempts to capture the power of the lanscape at Huang Shan, and also the respect he has for the strength and resilience of the Chinese people that he observed during his travels around China


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