Terrence Brewer | Mosaic - Setting the Standard: Volume 2

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Mosaic - Setting the Standard: Volume 2

by Terrence Brewer

“Mosaic – Setting The Standard: Volume 2” is 8th studio album as a bandleader by award-winning guitarist/composer, Terrence Brewer. “Mosaic” features freshly reimagined compositions by George Benson, Wayne Shorter, Sonny Rollins, Tadd Dameron, and more.
Genre: Jazz: Post-Bop
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1. I Remember You
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2. All the Things You Are
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3. Children of the Night
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4. Oleo
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5. Our Delight
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6. Long Ago and Far Away
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7. Bossa Rokka
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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“Mosaic” follows several critically acclaimed albums for Brewer; Jazz/Funk/Rock fusion project Citizen Rhythm’s “Of, By, For The People” (2012), “Setting The Standard: Vol. 1” (2011), “Groovin’ Wes” a Wes Montgomery Tribute Project (2009), and “QuintEssential” (2008). These four albums garnered several “Top 20” and one “Top 10” ranking on the JazzWeek national jazz radio charts; the albums, combined, spent well over 100 weeks in the “Top 50” on those same charts.

In addition to producing and recording music Brewer also performs full-time. He has lead his groups in performances to sold-out crowds at the 52nd Annual Monterey Jazz Festival, the world famous Yoshi’s at Jack London Square, Yoshi’s San Francisco, SFJAZZ Jazz Festival, and countless other venues. Brewer has shared the stage with vocalist/pianist Diana Krall, Michael McDonald, Gerald Albright, has performed and recorded with Mary Wilson (The Supremes), Darlene Love, Taylor Eigsti, Jay Lane, Dr. Anthony Brown, Pete Escovedo, and has studied with the likes of Charlie Hunter, Duck Baker, Tom Patitucci, and Mark Levine. When not touring regionally and nationally, Brewer instructs master classes, clinics, and lectures for the likes of Stanford Jazz Workshop, SFJAZZ, The Jazz School, Blue Bear School of Music, Lafayette Summer Music Workshop and presenting at colleges, high schools, and middles schools throughout California including Los Medanos College, Chabot College, Santa Rosa Jr College, San Francisco’s University High School, Edna Brewer Middle School, and The Nueva School to name a few.


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