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Spiritual Emergency

by Spiritual Emergence

Jazz for today. America's Classical Music made with Heart and Soul. The Northeast Sound for 2014. Music for both the Professor and the Janitor. Tunes with Hummable melodies that let you in.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. High Head
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2. From Town to Town
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3. Holy Stroller
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4. Spiritual Emergency
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5. I Can Move That Mountain(Over There)
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6. Alone/All One
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7. King Phillip's War
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8. I-95
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9. January in Chatham
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Album Notes
Spiritual Emergence was founded by Rob Scott(Me) in 2013.

For this project I have brought together musicians I have met in the Boston area through the last ten years or so. I grew up in Newton, right outside the city. I met Jason Palmer, Lee Fish and Godwin Louis at Wally's Jazz club in Boston. Justin Purtill I met through a mutual friend while going back to school for music in my early 30's. All these men are rising stars in the field, guys with whom I get along, guys who know how to add life to a song. Unique cats.
I Was born in Boston in 1970. I hail from the East Coast with family in Philapelphia, New Jersey, NYC and DC. I went to Art school in Philadelphia back in the day.
With this album of tunes I hope to convey all of my life influences to date, from the sound of the East Coast Ocean waves to the night lights on the George Washington Bridge. To San Franscisco and back.
The title of the album comes from a term used by the enlightened folks at Esalen to describe what Western Society calls a psychotic break. Humanity itself appears to be on the brink of a Spiritual Emergency. This album is dedicated to the hope we make it through the bottleneck to a New Earth. Homo Spiritus!


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