Jim Butler Quartet | Night of a Thousand Years

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Night of a Thousand Years

by Jim Butler Quartet

Modern jazz for saxophone, bass, piano, drums. The songs are xciting and driving or mellow and romantic.
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
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1. Living In Tokyo
Jim Butler
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6:32 $2.00
2. Gone Forever
Jim Butler
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5:40 $2.00
3. The YaNeSen District
Jim Butler
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6:31 $2.00
4. Sakura Sakura
Jim Butler
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5:29 $2.00
5. Bullet Trane
Jim Butler
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7:14 $2.00
6. Darling
Jim Butler
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6:13 $2.00
7. My Favorite Things
Jim Butler
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9:10 $2.00
8. Notes From the Underground
Jim Butler
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6:22 $2.00
9. Body & Soul
Jim Butler
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9:45 $2.00
10. The Night Has a Thousand Eyes
Jim Butler
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3:32 $2.00
11. Prayer For World Peace
Jim Butler
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8:06 $2.00
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Jim Butler, alto saxophone
Sakuma Yuko, piano
Ken Cook, piano
Nathan Bersee, bass
Preston Keating, drums

Jim’s latest CD, “Night of a Thousand Years”, was released in June 2009 in San Francisco. Jim Butler performs in San Francisco regularly with his own quartet and with Blue Note recorded drummer Donald “Duck” Bailey.

Please watch for all concert and tour information at www.interjazz.com/jimbutler

Jim attempts to fuse elements he finds in his travels in the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Africa into his modern jazz quartet music. His musical influences are John Coltrane, Freddie Hubbard, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Hector Villa-Lobos, Maurice Ravel, and lately West African music.

“Like many of the great seekers, Trane or Charles Lloyd, this saxophonist is on a glorious journey.” – Frank Spignese, Jazznin Magazine, May-June 2006


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