Frank Basile 12tet | Steppin' Up

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Steppin' Up

by Frank Basile 12tet

Unique jazz album with creative writing, and a blend of ensemble playing, a driving rhythm section, and plenty of space for virtuoso soloing. Reminiscent of the cool school with blistering rides to the sentimental and soulfull - pleasing all jazz tastes
Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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1. Josuha
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2. Shepherds Lament
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3. Seven Steps to Heaven
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4. Sugar
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5. Unit Seven
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6. Round Midnight
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7. Senior Blues
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8. Red Clay
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9. Nardis
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“…Creative writing, a unique sound, a tight blend of ensemble playing, a swinging and driving rhythm section, and plenty of room to just let the virtuoso soloists simply blow and show off their abundant technical skills and creativity. And the soloists do just that! From solos reminiscent of the “cool school” to driving blistering rides to the sentimental and soulful, this team of master musicians is sure to please all tastes in jazz.” - Dr. Louis A. Iozzi Jazz Historian, Critic, Author


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