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by Stacy Dillard

The label debut by what the New York Times calls "One of the most promising saxophonists of today"
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Three Sides
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2. Ageless
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3. Still Waters
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4. One
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5. Over And Over
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6. Stizozzo
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7. MoMo\'s Smile
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8. Untouchable
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Album Notes

Stacy Dillard - tenor, soprano sax
James Hurt - Fender Rhodes
Craig Magnano - guitar
Amin Salim - bass
Donald Edwards - drums

In recent times, especially due to the presidential election outcome, I feel a sense of urgency amongst people to make better changes. I'm sure you feel the impact on people this event has. People are acting as if there are no differences -- race, economic status, religion, etc -- and it is a beautiful thing. The fact that everyone is acting as ONE is quite a beautiful thing.

My question is why can't we behave in this matter everyday? Do we need events to bring us together? If so, how genuine is that? Don't mistake me for a pessimist, but I can't deny what I saw and everything I feel from this. From my travels and experiences with people here and abroad, it is quite obvious that everyone wants a lot of the same good things. Now is a good time to proceed with the betterment of this planet. I could go on for hours, but I hope you enjoy this music, as we attempt to enforce togetherness through song -- One.

Thank you VERY much!

Stacy Dillard
February 2009


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