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Dann Glenn, Vol. 1

by Dann Glenn

This music is a collection of twelve compositions, all recorded on one LightWave fretless electric bass guitar.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. False Horizon
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2. The Question
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3. Primitive Concepts
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4. The Old Harbor At Honfleur
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5. Peculiar Feeling
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6. Transparent Sun
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7. October
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8. Opus For Three Basses
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9. Portable Language
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10. Illuminating Disclosures
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11. Shame Shame Hanoi Jane
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12. The Arrogant Magician
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Album Notes
Dann Glenn is an iconoclast, that much is certain. With the release of DG/Volume 1, his greatest musical statement to date, he's dug down even deeper into his soul than ever before. Like any professional, Dann has all the building blocks in place, all the tools. Scales, modes, harmony, melody and rhythm. This knowledge is something he has access to, but as with any true artist who completely knows his tools, he has transcended them. They have become incidental, inconsequential. A doorway to a larger room.

A true Master moves beyond the tools of his trade, and in drawing from that Higher Source, in ‘channeling’ the Muse, produces artistry that even surprises themselves. The music flows through you, not from you. All of his life experiences are drawn upon as he reaches out to compose his astounding music. If you are the type of person who can watch the cult classic ‘Erasurehead’ and get something amazing out of it, you are the type of person who will understand where Dann Glenn is coming from.

Everything he does is steeped in character and conviction. A brilliant musical mind whose imagination moves like the ocean, with every wave a cutting edge idea.
-Tony Senatore

Cover Photo: Eric Lasher
Dann Glenn endorses* Prat Guitars/Guardian Pro Cables/LightWave-Systems/Phil Jones Amplification/GHS-Rocktron/Morley/EBTech/Swiss Picks

Special Thanks! Francoise Glenn*Phil Jones*Jason Marsh*Ingrid Pastorius*Jeff Berlin*Frans Vollink*Vicky Fulop*Michael Manring*Oskar Cartaya*Baba Elefante*Joe Hubbard*Cai Marle-Garcia*Ronnie Ciago*Amit Chatterjee*Dini Virsaladze*Tony Senatore*Chris Willcox*Vladislav Filipovic*Bruce Eisenbeil*Tony Clifton*Joseph Patrick Moore*Barry Coates*Daryl Hayott*Dr. Richard Niles*Richard Flynn*Art Holliday*Danny Fox*Bob Hausler*Ian Smith*Chris Sipple*Christine Thomas Kennedy*Dave Cowles*Jim Chowning GHS/Rocktron*Espen A. Sorlie*Keith Pasculli*Joe Louvar*Paco J. Garcia Esteban*Vicki Richards*Jan-Olof Strandberg*Jordi Torrens*Dave Hogerty*Tony Renaud*Mick Donner*Frederick Rose*Jon von Boehm*Barry Kibrick*Carey Miller*Denny Zeitlin*Michael Dempsey*Stewart McKinsey*Warren Murchie*Murray Schmeckle


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Chris S.

The Master is Back!
Let's not get hung up in a discussion of the LightWave bass, amazing a concept as it is. Last time I checked, even opticals do not play themselves. The real story here is the return of an incredible musician to the instrument he was born to play. If you never heard Dann, if you have only heard his virtuoso guitar and keyboard work, or if you just want to know (or remember) what the fretless bass is SUPPOSED to sound like, here are twelve tracks you need to own.

The Master is back!