Herb Kloss | Far from Home

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Far from Home

by Herb Kloss

Jazz flute at its best. A true storyteller of depth and integrity that gives real meaning to his music.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Second Thought
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5:53 album only
2. You Don't Know What Love Is
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6:46 album only
3. Far from Home
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7:28 album only
4. The Chief
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6:17 album only
5. The Dogs Are Barking
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7:04 album only
6. Simone
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7. Claudia
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8. Kinah's New Head Song
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9. Lullaby for Sam
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Herb Kloss began his adventure in music while sitting on his mother’s lap at the piano. The public schools introduced him to the flute. Private study with Bernard Goldberg and Jim Walker of the Pittsburgh Symphony soon followed. Throughout high school he played in the rock band, The Tremlows, dabbled with jazz during college, and became so inspired by jazz-rock flutist Jeremy Steig, that he interrupted his medical studies to focus entirely on music. He played with Portland greats Tom Grant, Patrick O'Hearn, Phil Baker, Mel Brown and Dave Captein. He was voted best jazz flutist in Portland during that time. He went to NYC to continue his anesthesia training and became part of the music scene. His wanderlust and love of the outdoors took him to Alaska for a 2 week adventure. Fifteen years later he moved to Seattle, where he now resides. The music “virus” has never left his system. He is now in perfect partnership as an anesthesiologist. He can also be heard in other venues such as "Incaico"---music from Ecuador and "Angie's Samba".


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