Raleigh Dailey Trio | What Happened Next

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What Happened Next

by Raleigh Dailey Trio

The first release from Llama records, featuring tuneful originals, adventurous improvisation, and intimate group interplay.
Genre: Jazz: Chamber Jazz
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1. What Happened Next
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2. The Idle Hour
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3. Someday
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4. In the Third Year of Cyrus
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5. From Their Silence Never
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6. Cartoon Element
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7. The Puzzle of Fifteen
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8. She Dreams a Little
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9. Devotion
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"A force to be reckoned with" - Bill Anschell

While the improvising is often the focus of a jazz piano trio (and there is plenty of that here), this recording also features nine thoughtful compositions that lend a chamber music feel to this freewheeling group. Raleigh's compositions have been performed all over the world by the likes of Howard Levy and Joe Lovano, and are presented here as a three-way communication among friends.


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