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BLUEPRINTS Figure One: FRAMEWORKS

BLUEPRINTS  Figure One: FRAMEWORKS by Markus Rutz buy album

Markus Rutz

Label: OA2 Records
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

1 The Compass 7:43 2 The Musicianer 6:37 3 Gusto, as in Mucho 5:12 4 Very Marie 7:14 5 Limbo 6:38 6 September in the Rain 5:14 7 Syndrome 8:01 8 Shipmates 4:57 9 Segment 6:01

Personnel

Markus Rutz
Markus Rutz

trumpet

Additional Personnel / Information

Markus Rutz - trumpet Brice Winston - saxophones Adrian Ruiz - piano Matt Gold - guitar Marcos Varela - bass Xavier Breaker - drums (1,5,7) Marcus Evans - drums (6,9) Heitor Garcia - congas

Album Description

purred by the feelings of thankfulness and appreciation for mentors and the people who surround him, Chicago trumpeter and composer Markus Rutz compiled a two-volume collection of original music and arrangements filled with intrigue, beauty and excitement. With tributes to his mother, "The Compass," bassist Richard Davis, "The Musicianer," or pianist Ellis Marsalis, "Syndrome," Rutz navigates diverse ensemble and stylistic directions with an array of superb musical partners, including saxophonist Brice Winston, NY bassist Marcos Varela & drummer Xavier Breaker, guitarist Matt Gold and pianist Adrian Ruiz, among others. The title, "Blueprints - Figure 1: Frameworks," provides the metaphor while the music reveals the heart of an artist venerating his influences.


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