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Culture

by John Vanore & Abstract Truth

John Vanore redefines the voice of the large jazz ensemble, setting the big band with a new instrumentation where the soloist is prominent, if not dominant--drawing on the traditions of the big band but not limited by nor imitating it.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Footprints John Vanore & Abstract Truth
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2. Parallax John Vanore & Abstract Truth
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3. Discovery John Vanore & Abstract Truth
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4. Gods &devils John Vanore & Abstract Truth
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5. The Secret Caves John Vanore & Abstract Truth
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6. Whispers of Spring John Vanore & Abstract Truth
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7. The Arsenal John Vanore & Abstract Truth
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8. Mompou John Vanore & Abstract Truth
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Jazz as a culture has been represented by innovators and creators shaping their own voices. Culture defines the voice of this uniquely instrumented ensemble- redefining the big band. The soloist prevails in a landscape of storytelling. The influence of the tradition is evident, but tradition is not imitated, and it used as a springboard for a new point of view.


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