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Adult Children

Adult Children by Vince Tampio buy album

Vince Tampio

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2020
Duration: 00:36:33
Views: 157

Track Listing

Career Cheerleader; The Tontin; Soul Food Buddhist; Smug Fit; Vapid Transit; Tangled Bitties; Cardinal Rule; Blow Our Minds.

Personnel

Vince Tampio
Vince Tampio

trumpet

Alec Meltzer

percussion

Ben Diamond

percussion

Joe Heider
Joe Heider

guitar

Drew Parker

guitar

Corey Mark

percussion

Album Description

Adult Children is a full length instrumental jazz album informed by Hard Bop and inspired by Highlife. Arrangements feature Latin percussion and layered guitar accompaniment. The music is an interpretation of the current sociopolitical culture; song titles reflect aspects of certain stunted personalities. “[Vince has] an approach that is more soulful, yet laid back in a way. The influence of Latin music adds more fuel to the fire.” (Homer Jackson, Philadelphia Jazz Project). Adult Children started as an assortment of collectively improvised grooves involving bass and percussion. The resulting recording session was divided into distinct tracks, each organized into tangible musical forms. From there, harmonic accompaniment was applied and melodies were composed. Vince performs on trumpet, guitar, and bass, and is joined by bassist Ben Basile, percussionists Ben Diamond, Corey Mark, and Alec Meltzer, and guitarists Joe Heider and Drew Parker.


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