Nate Kimball | Warrior's Journey (feat. Joe Lano, Larry Aberman, Brian Triola & Steve Flora)

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Warrior's Journey (feat. Joe Lano, Larry Aberman, Brian Triola & Steve Flora)

by Nate Kimball

Original, creative, melodic, and highly accessible jazz music from an award-winning artist to appeal to any audience in the new millennium.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Warrior's Journey
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9:56 $1.99
2. Way Station
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3. Far Away
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6:44 album only
4. Road to La Coruña
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5. Hello World
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6. Back Home
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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In this world of electronica, click-and-play music creation, and instant gratification, it seems that genuine skill has become a lost art. Although one may argue that the era of accessibility has ushered in an evolution of creative potential, it has also led to a culture of "lethargic" art -- ideas, in any medium, that are simple to create and appeal to a very basal instinct in the modern human. Meanwhile, Jazz -- one of the only true American art forms -- has become genuinely under-appreciated. With the world of academia spawning an arsenal of Master's degree-holding "jazzophiles", jazz music has for the most part metamorphosed into a cerebral technical exercise only understood and appreciated by a niche network of like-minded musicians. Quite simply, the art of improvisation and speaking from the soul has lost some degree of its fundamental "soul".

In my music, I attempt to find a natural balance between the musically aesthetic, the technically complex, and the fundamentally human. I strive to create something that any listener can hear and say "This music is enjoyable to listen to", regardless of what genres or artists they typically align themselves to. I want to create change, en mass, and convince a modern audience of listeners that there is amazing music to be heard outside of pop, DJs & lounge acts; that "jazz" is not simply a suffix to add to a musical genre to add intrigue; that this music is not defined by "smooth jazz" and elevator muzak. There is a skill to creating something truly magnificent -- there is a level at which a creation transcends mere admirability and stands out as an awesome entity to appreciate and study for generations to come. Although my music may not be that, I strongly believe in its potential.


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