Dan St. Marseille | Contour

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Contour

by Dan St. Marseille

Straight-ahead hard bop/swing jazz quintet with an emphasis on melody. Cecilia Coleman-piano, Darek Oles-bass, Ron Stout-trumpet and Kendall Kay-drums
Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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1. Beautiful Love
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5:22 album only
2. Claxography
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6:53 album only
3. Nancy
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5:24 album only
4. Reve Lisse
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5:44 album only
5. Bossa For baby
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6:00 album only
6. For You and I
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6:47 album only
7. It's What You Think
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8. Cool Perk
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9. The Way You Look Tonight
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10. Stella By Starlight
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Dan St. Marseille takes his quintet into the studio to record some standards and originals. Always straight ahead with an emphasis on melody, the Dan St. Marseille Quintet shines on all the tunes especially "Claxography", written for renown photographer, William Claxton, a jazz musician's best friend.

That pleasingly breathy tone is nicely centered, is full yet airy and floating and is luminescent, recalling the glow of a Chardonnay held to light!" —Zan Stewart, Downbeat Magazine

"St. Marseille has the musical potential to become a major force in mainstream jazz!" —Los Angeles Times

"St. Marseille came back and really cooked on a burnin’ solo of his own!" —LA Jazz Scene

"St. Marseille merged five very individual talents in a synergy of musical mastery!" —Coastline News


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