Irabagon/Smith/Anderson/Bain | Confluence

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Confluence

by Irabagon/Smith/Anderson/Bain

"Confluence" is the most recent release from a collective of New York musicians whose focus on original writing and improvising is both fresh and modern.
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. The Lonely Stool
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2. Mr. Circle
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7:36 album only
3. Acceptance
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8:05 album only
4. Confluence
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7:50 album only
5. Nuance
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6. Nardis
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8:46 album only
7. No Uncertain Terms
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8. T.V. Understanding
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9. Last Song
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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From New York's For The Artist Records comes a new jazz CD entitled Confluence. The album features Jon Irabagon (Soprano, Alto and Tenor Saxophones), Alex Smith (Piano), Mark Anderson (Bass) and Andrew Bain (Drums) focusing on original compositions and arrangements from all four members of the band. Individually, the members have been involved in the Montreux Jazz Festival 2000, Switzerland; the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Scotland, 1999, 2000; the Chicago Jazz Festival 2000; the Ravinia Jazz Festival 2000; Jazz Fest 1998, New Orleans; and in various jazz clubs around New York.


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