Daniel Carter, William Parker & Federico Ughi | Navajo Sunrise

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Navajo Sunrise

by Daniel Carter, William Parker & Federico Ughi

Carter, Parker and Ughi after their celebrated first studio cd "The Dream" present a second album, a live recording from the 2010 Europen tour
Genre: Avant Garde: Experimental
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1. Turning Waters Daniel Carter, William Parker & Federico Ughi
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2. Navajo Sunrise Daniel Carter, William Parker & Federico Ughi
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3. Gather Up Daniel Carter, William Parker & Federico Ughi
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4. Legacy Daniel Carter, William Parker & Federico Ughi
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5. Runnin' Home Daniel Carter, William Parker & Federico Ughi
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6. It Could Go Daniel Carter, William Parker & Federico Ughi
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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This group first came together because of a dream. A friend had a dream in which Daniel played the piano. The music in her dream was so vivid that she began looking for such a recording. After searching and not being able to find one, she offered to produce “The Dream”, the first record on which Daniel plays the piano. A few years after “The Dream” was released, the group had the opportunity to tour throughout Europe searching and not few years after “The Dream” was released, the group had the opportunity to tour throughout Europe. The recording that you are listening to was made the last concert of that tour. After having been on the road together for a number of days, the group really shines. It was fortuitous that such a special night was caught on tape to be enjoyed for years to come.
Polly Brennan


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