Rova Saxophone Quartet | Juke Box Suite

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Juke Box Suite

by Rova Saxophone Quartet

Sonically surprising and wonderfully pleasing inventions from the acclaimed all saxophone ensemble.
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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1. Juke Box Afro-Balkan
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2. Juke Box Mambo
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3. Juke Box Niggum
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4. Juke Box Detroit
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5. Juke Box Hang Up
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6. Juke Box Choro
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7. Juke Box Varttinna
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The seven compositions on this recording where composed by Jon Raskin with an idealized Juke Box in mind, where any kind of music might show up from any culture or time and be combined for the next “Play”. My music listening has been informed by the spirit and work of Alan Lomax, from blues to raga, ragtime to avant-garde, pygmy chants to Korean court music, following styles and esthetics as they rubbed up against each other in the mingling of culture that was made available by intrepid searchers of music. The “sides” aren’t a direct borrowing but a weaving of the common threads that occur in all music’s.

This recording is dedicated to Alan Lomax and the Global Jukebox


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