Zen Dadio | Resurrected

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by Zen Dadio

While reminiscent of the jazz of the 50's & 60's, the unique character of this band is defined by sound of the C-Melody sax. The "beat" poetry is thought-provoking with a spiritual perspective, to give praise and honor to the Lord.
Genre: Jazz: Cool Jazz
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1. Horizon Fever
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2. In Man Out
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3. Birds of a Feather
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4. C-Melody
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5. Ewaltz
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6. A Lover's Dialogue
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7. One Track Mind
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8. Charlie's Tools
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9. Time Capsule
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Zen Dadio has been around a while, with an ever-evolving sound. Leader Rick Arbuckle describes it this way: "I grew up listening to a variety of music that my parents loved, from Benny Goodman to Billie Holiday. Of course, I distanced myself from that to play guitar in rock bands in junior high, but soon discovered that the roots of the music I loved reached back to the blues and the gospel tradition. I had been playing the saxophone since grade school, but then when it started showing up with surf bands, my interest in extra curricular playing grew. The guys told me to give up on the guitar and concentrate on the sax. In high school we formed a band call "The Elm Street Grocery" and were into James Brown, Sam & Dave, and R 'n' B in general. I also played in the stage band, and developed a taste for Count Basie and swing. I was fortunate enough to have several great music teachers that encouraged me, most notably Jack Oatts, a dedicated jazz educator. Thus the seeds were sown for my pursuit of music." In this incarnation of zen dadio, I had the honor of working with Chad Edwards on keys, Riner Scivally on guitar, Dean Taba on bass, and Steve Arbuckle on drums.


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