Jay Foote | Anatomy and Birth

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Anatomy and Birth

by Jay Foote

This instrumental jazz record is the 2nd release from bassist and composer Jay Foote. Foote fuses jazz, folk, rock and experimental music into a unique set of music coming from Brooklyn, NY.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Do Re Mi
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2. North Shore
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3. The Lesson
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4. Waltz #1
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5. For Dad (Going Home)
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6. A Dance with Marla McCormick
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7. Defense
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8. South By Southwest
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Anatomy and Birth (2008)

Anatomy and Birth features the amazing Jason Nazary (d), the ever-present Evan Mazunik (p), almost-graduated Alex Foote (g) and forever-Bostonian Rick Stone (as).

This CD run is limited edition. Each CD has been individually-painstakingly numbered and the packaging is made from recycled paper, environmentally-friendly (vegetable) inks, has no plastic or glue! The whole cover has been letter-pressed and looks amazing. The music sounds great too.

Features Elliott Smith's song "Waltz #1".

Original music by Jay Foote, and Alex Foote's South by Southwest.


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