Wave Mechanics Union | Further to Fly

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Further to Fly

by Wave Mechanics Union

Sophisticated, graceful orchestral and big band arrangements of rock, prog, and pop classics.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Further to Fly
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2. Selfless, Cold and Composed
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3. Caramel
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4. Wonderous Stories (feat. Jon Anderson)
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5. Heartbeat
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6. It Will Be a Good Day (the River) [feat. Jon Anderson]
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7. The Ability to Swing
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8. Think of Me With Kindness
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9. Swordfishtrombone
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10. Third Stone from the Sun
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11. Slow Like Honey
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12. Your Latest Trick
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13. Dirty Work
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14. The Show Must Go On
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The long-awaited second album from Wave Mechanics Union! Here are graceful and sophisticated jazz retellings of rock, prog, and pop classics as spun by an orchestra of 30 musicians. Vocalist Lydia McAdams and a large collection of talented instrumentalists are joined on two tracks by special guest Jon Anderson (the voice of Yes). The striking arrangements, penned by Ryan Fraley and Ralph Johnson, show a deep love for both the source material and the conventions of modern jazz orchestration. A surprising and eclectic group of songs from Paul Simon, Ben Folds, Suzanne Vega, Yes, King Crimson, Thomas Dolby, Gentle Giant, Tom Waits, Jimi Hendrix, Fiona Apple, Dire Straits, Steely Dan, and Queen. The closing track, "The Show Must Go On" was chosen by an internet poll in 2009.


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