Rob Chaseman | Orange

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by Rob Chaseman

this live album recorded at the 101 pub in bogota nj is like original smooth jazz meets rock and roll. it has a lot of creativity between the drums, bass, guitar, and myself on saxophone.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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1. Ambivalence (feat. Doug Largent)
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2. Joy
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3. Pushing Through
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4. One Shot (feat. Kenny Soule)
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5. Wednesdays Worse
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6. Normality (feat. Dave Fields)
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my name is rob chaseman and i play the saxophone. the 3 cds on this site all correlate to the book i will be releasing. each song title is a title of a chapter in my book. they are strongly linked to and are expressions of my own life story and experience with bipolar disorder. my third cd 'orange' are all my own compositions played and recorded live at the 101 pub in bogota new jersey. it's like smooth jazz meets rock and roll. i tried to compose songs that were head-bobbing and left room for improv at the same time. the compositions fuse the complexity of jazz chords with the dirty feel of funk grooves.

i was fortunate enough to get a recording of this night thanks to al weber. the group is rob chaseman and subtone and consists of myself on tenor sax, long time friend and super bass player doug largent, the extremely creative artist dave fields on guitar and another talented carolinian, kenny soule on drums. i think each tune on this album is an expression of spontaneity and has a unique feel.


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