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by The Grass Straw

Rock...Jazz...Prog...Ambient? However you want to label this instrumental music, it is a fine debut from writers Caroline Rawlinson and Trevor Wells, AKA The Grass Straw.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Splinter
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2. Familiar Road
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3. Sneak Thief
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4. Alien Waltz
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5. Stealing Dan
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6. Autumn Flees
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7. Breezy
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8. The Grass Straw
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9. Skunk
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10. Sanctuary
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Album Notes
The Grass Straw is a musical collaboration between Trevor Wells (Guitars) and Caroline Rawlinson (Keyboards and Drums). It was born out of a desire to experiment with some original compositions and then put the resulting musical thoughts down in a way that felt as live as possible. On the CD there are seven great guest musicians:
Vicky Johnson - Trombone
Steve Anderson - Bass
Eric Ford - Drums & Percussion
Alam Nathoo - Alto Sax
Robert Goodhew - Tenor and Alto Saxes
Alice Butterton - Flute
James Parry - Trumpet


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Richard Rhys O'Brien

The Grass Straw
this is a must buy for Christmas: rock, jazz, prog and ambient, all it says on the tin. A great debut.