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Delaware River Suite - The Inventions Trio

Label: No Blooze Music
Released: 2008
Duration: 00:57:53
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Track Listing

1. Zingaro 2. Sippin' At Bells/Dance Of The Infidels 3. Prologue/Narrowsburg Deep 4. Rapid Ride At Skinner's Falls 5. Float 6. Shohola Hoedown & Campfire 7. Rollin' Down The Water Gap 8. Philadelphia 9. Toward The Sea 10. Bachianas Brasillieras #5, Mvt.1 11. Charlotte Delights 12. Nuage (Clouds)


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Delaware River Suite Inventions Trio Released 2008 No Blooze Music #02 Recorded 10/9/2007 at The Studio, NYC, NY and 7/26/2008 at Kakinoki Studio, Shohola, PA Produced by Bill Mays and Marvin Stamm Engineers: Eiji Takasugi and Yoshiaki Matsuo Mastering: Yoshiaki Matsuo and Shinobu Mitsuoka Photography: Judy kirtley, judykirtleyphotography.com Package Design; IdahoStew.com All music composed or arranged by Bill Mays

Album Description

Delaware River Suite is the second release by the Inventions Trio and features Bill Mays’ new extended work, The Delaware River Suite. There are also five new Mays arrangements, among which are Villa-Lobos' "Bachianas Brasilieras #5," the Miles Davis and Bud Powell classics, "Sippin’ At Bells" and "Dance Of The Infidels," Jobim’s "Zingaro," Django Reinhardt’s "Nuages,” and my composition, "Charlotte Delights.” Regarding the suite, Bill states, “I love rivers. I love the water.” The Delaware is an especially scenic river, and, along with the rich history of the Delaware Valley, Shohola, and surrounding areas, was the inspiration for the suite.


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