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by Triptych

Original Jazz mixed with some recognizeable stuff in a trio of trombone, bass, and drums.
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. Mousetrap (Urness)
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6:13 album only
2. Line 2 (Urness)
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6:04 album only
3. Chuck n' Jinx (Sanford)
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6:18 album only
4. Today's Waltz (Urness)
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5:24 album only
5. Things Ain't What They Used To Be (M. Ellington)
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5:57 album only
6. Y'see, The Thing Is . . . (Urness)
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2:41 album only
7. Ives, Eyes (Sanford)
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5:26 album only
8. BMT (Sanford)
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5:33 album only
9. Marian the Librarian (M. Willson)
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4:07 album only
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Album Notes
JC Sanford - trombone & mutes
Mark Urness - acoustic bass
Eric Thompson - drums & cymbals

"The ensemble unity, both musical and emotional, is very engaging. The individual voices stand on their own and yet give to one another a sense of energy and flow. Well worth a listen."
--Bob Brookmeyer

"The interplay betweeen the three is delightful . . . many thanks to Iowa!"
--Ran Blake

"Nice music. Bone, bass & drums!! Bottom fishing anyone? Good tunes, playing and recording quality. What else is there?"
--Ron McClure


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