Ian Ethan Case | The Narrow Way

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The Narrow Way

by Ian Ethan Case

Multi-instrumentalist Ian Ethan, best known for his pioneering work on the acoustic double-neck guitar, here explores the African traditional instrument known as the kalimba, with some of today's best up-and-coming jazz and acoustic musicians.
Genre: Jazz: Chamber Jazz
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1. Switchback
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2. A New Day
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3. Buddy's Bounce
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4. The Ridge
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5. Rhyme & Reason
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6. Anchorage
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7. Wheel of Time
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8. The Quest
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9. Ever After
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Consisting of nine original compositions and built around Ian's unique work on the kalimba and fretless nylon-string guitar, "The Narrow Way" features some of the best up-and-coming musicians from around the U.S. including Jeremy Kittel (viola, violin), Nathaniel Smith (cello), Matt Kilmer (percussion), Caleb Dolister (drums), Jason Rafalak (upright bass), Dylan Coleman (upright bass), and Edward Howe (5-string electric fiddle) as well as gorgeous cover photography by outdoor photographer Jim Stimson (Crowley Lake, CA) and award-winning portrait photographer Sid Ceasar (Nashua, NH.)


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