Carol Robbins | Moraga

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by Carol Robbins

This distinctive, sophisticated CD beautifully reflects the artist’s unique skills as a world-class improviser and composer. She enhances her customary warmth and lyricism with a new freedom and bold approach in her work.
Genre: Jazz: Cool Jazz
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1. Moraga (feat. Billy Childs)
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2. The Sand Rover (feat. Gary Meek)
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3. Three Rings (feat. Larry Koonse)
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4. Dolore (feat. Larry Koonse)
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5. Every Time We Say Goodbye (feat. Darek Oles)
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6. Hope in the Face of Despair (feat. Larry Koonse)
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7. Straight Away (feat. Gary Novak)
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8. Caminhos Cruzados (feat. Larry Koonse)
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9. Rotadendron (feat. Billy Childs)
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Album Notes
Jazz harpist Carol Robbins’ new CD “Moraga” showcases her unique creativity and expands on her previous work by exploring exciting new musical collaborations. A member of Billy Childs’ Jazz Chamber Ensemble and a two time Grammy nominee, Ms. Robbins here displays her chops as a first-rate improviser and composer. The CD vividly reflects her experience recording and touring with multi Grammy winner Childs and the world-class musicians in his group.
Those who are used to hearing the harp in only a classical setting are in for a surprise and a treat with the arrival of “Moraga”.

“ Her harp playing is as fluent as any harpist alive (and any harpist since Dorothy Ashby” (Scott Yanow of


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