Karen Segal Trio | The Mystery Of Life

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Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz Jazz: Crossover Jazz Moods: Featuring Guitar
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The Mystery Of Life

by Karen Segal Trio

Wes Montgomery and Thelonlius Monk walk into Pat Metheny's club where Carlos Santana is jamming with John McLaughlin. They all take a shot of estrogen. Voila. Presenting Karen Segal.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. What Goes Around
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2. Come With Me
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3. Moonrise
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4. Epiphany (Aha!)
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5. Blues For Wes & Kenny
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6. The Mystery Of Life
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7. After The Storm
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8. Lilah Rose
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9. Lost
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10. I Believe
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Originally from Boston, Massachusetts and based in San Francisco, Karen is better known for her work as a bassist with Marilyn Mazur (Miles Davis) and Suzanne Fasteau (Bill Evans) as a teenager in Copenhagen and as a co-founder and guitarist with the acid jazz band "Red Clay" with Davis Brown (Brazzaville, Beck) in Los Angeles during the 1990's. After a several year break following the birth of her daughter, Karen returns to the music scene with this captivating display of original eclectic compositions.


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Marsha Attie

The Mystery of Life
Karen Segal has the rare gift of uniquely expressing herself through her instrument, the guitar. When I listen to her play I see images, I feel things, I am transported to a non-linear language that is all her own. Her new CD is full of color, warmth, passion, and play. the production quality is superb and and the arrangements are stellar. She is an original voice in music and is worth getting to know.

Tracy Artson

The Mystery of Life
There are no easy answers to The Mystery of Life and Karen Segal's new CD does not offer any. She does, however, take the risk of and asks us to participate in the exploration of these life altering questions. Her music invites us, perhaps, even demands, that we open ourselves up in ways that can be frightening, psychically altering and soulfully moving. Yet, we come out from the listening of this tectonically shifting experience a different, more open, somewhat wiser person than prior to listening to "The Mystery of Life."