Dan Skea Quartet | But That Ain't This

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But That Ain't This

by Dan Skea Quartet

Jazz in the modern mainstream featuring a piano trio with tenor or soprano sax. Interesting original compositions and intuitive group interplay.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz quartet
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1. Early in the Morning
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2. But That Ain't This
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3. Evidence
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4. Blossoms in Spring
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5. History
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6. Moonlit
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7. Whitney
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8. A Prayer for Joe
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9. Born in the Key of C
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10. Paint
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11. Jake
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12. Pathways
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13. Kilimanjaro
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14. Tropico
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Before relocating to Vermont in 2002, Dan Skea spent several decades as house pianist in Las Vegas Casino showrooms, including the Sands, Hilton, Sahara and Hacienda. During this time he accompanied numerous headline artists, but his favorites were always those with jazz leanings, such as Joe Williams, Mel Torme, Marlena Shaw and Diahann Carroll. In 1976 he formed the jazz-fusion group Full Circle, which released an album of the same name featuring drummer Alex Acuña and percussionist Don Alias. His current quartet includes reedman Chris Peterman, bassist John Rivers, and drummer Geza Carr — all first call musicians on the local scene. Dan’s original compositions are characterized by intriguing and compelling harmonic progressions in formal structures that other musicians find challenging and pleasurable to play.


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