Adam Larson Quintet | Overdue Ovation

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Overdue Ovation

by Adam Larson Quintet

“Overdue Ovation” is the sophomore release from saxophonist-composer Adam Larson. This album features six new compositions from Larson as well as contributions from co-producer and frequent collaborator with Larson, Nils Weinhold and the standard “Remembe
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1. This as Well
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5:24 album only
2. Indemnification Blues
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5:21 album only
3. Overdue Ovation
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7:18 album only
4. Remember
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5:51 album only
5. Too Much, Too Soon
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5:26 album only
6. Prinzenpark
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6:28 album only
7. Without
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7:33 album only
8. Layers
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“Overdue Ovation” is the sophomore release from saxophonist-composer Adam Larson. This album features six new compositions from Larson as well as contributions from co-producer and frequent collaborator with Larson, Nils Weinhold and the standard “Remember”, by Irving Berlin. “I wanted to record what I consider the other side of my composing”, says Larson, adding, “Simple Beauty (Larson’s first record), gave me the opportunity to explore one side of my composing; this record allows me to explore another”. The title for the album is a tribute of sorts to Larson’s parents; mother Peggy, and father, John. “They are such a huge part of my musical upbringing, and I wouldn’t be where I am today without them”, he says. Taking a slightly different approach for personnel on this endeavor, Larson sticks with pianist Can Olgun, and adds Midwest-native and soon to be Juilliard graduate, trumpeter Gabe Medd to his list of peer collaborators. “Can is who I hear on piano and Gabe and I have had a great report since we were young; both sound excellent on this record.” For the rhythm section, Larson enlists veteran players Jay Anderson and Rodney Green. The album, “Overdue Ovation”, is set to be released in the fall. More details can be found at www.adamlarsonjazz.com


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