Andy Hunter | Think Like a Mountain

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Think Like a Mountain

by Andy Hunter

Modern Jazz by trombonist Andy Hunter, forged in the creative cauldron of New York City, refined on the global stage and performed by outstanding musicians from the Mingus Big Band
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Think Like a Mountain
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7:31 $1.50
2. What Is This Thing Called Love
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5:38 $1.50
3. Deed By Delusion
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6:25 $1.50
4. Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered
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7:34 $1.50
5. Ampersand Band
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4:01 $1.50
6. Astringent
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5:37 $1.50
7. Less Is More
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4:18 $1.50
8. Post-Occupational Hazards for the Pre-Occupied 99%... Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Trombonist and composer Andy Hunter, after years of working as a sideman with such greats as the Mingus Big Band, Richard Bona, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Dave Holland’s Big Band, the Birdland Big Band, T.S. Monk, and Ochun, along with co-leading cutting edge New York groups such as the dynamic quartet, SPOKE, has created his first album to be released internationally as a leader.

“Think Like A Mountain” is a musical homage to the intersection of cities and nature. The album has a lineup of fantastic New York musicians, most of whom Hunter met during his tenure with the Mingus Bands. The album features an all-star lineup of Alex Sipiagin (trumpet), Jason Marshall (baritone saxophone), David Kikoski (keyboard), Boris Kozlov (acoustic bass) and Danny Fischer (drums).


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