Ian O'Beirne | Glasswork

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Glasswork

by Ian O'Beirne

This debut marshals a cascade of originals which alternately groove, swing and enthrall. Instrumental dialogue and dynamic solos abound, with an ever-present lyricism that will not disappoint the intelligent music-lover.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Glasswork
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2. Sea of Stars
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3. Duel
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4. Halifax/Parallax
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5. Dreamwake
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6. Sapporo
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7. My Spirit
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8. No Stalgia
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9. Paradigm City
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10. Epitaph
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11. Sarah Sings
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Saxophonist Ian O'Beirne hails from Philadelphia, a city that knowingly embraces new ideas in jazz composition. Influenced by acid jazz, hip-hop and intelligent dance music, Ian's writing style has been described as alternately subtle, ever-lyrical and brain-melting. Having brought this music to venues as diverse as New York's Smalls and Fukuoka's Hard Rock Cafe, the album is borne of years spent forging a trademark style with an enclave of diverse musicians from around the country.


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