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Get Somethin'

Get Somethin' by Chance Hayden buy album

Chance Hayden

Label: Ropeadope
Released: 2018
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Track Listing

Get Somethin'; Take The Call; Matrix; Kissing My Love; Contiguity; Hung Up On My Baby; You Mother You; Many Disguises; Simply Forgotten; Someday We'll All Be Free.

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Additional Personnel / Information

Chance Hayden: guitar; Michael Elson: Keyboards, acoustic piano; Damian Erskine: bass; Michael Raynor: drums, percussion; Jans Ingber: congas, percussion (1, 6); Steve Swatkins: synthesizer (1); John Nastos: saxophones (2, 3, 6); Farnell Newton: trumpet (3, 6); Jarrod Lawson: vocals, acoustic piano (10).

Album Description

Released May 4th, 2018 • Atlanta Records (Ropeadope) "Portland native and Jazz guitarist/composer Chance Hayden drops his second album in the form of Get Somethin', a highly accomplished ten track offering that mixes up everything from the pacey, chicken scratched southern funk title track to the smooth fusion of Matrix. The wonderfully laid back Contiguity features some dreamy keys while the more experimental Many Disguises takes us into an whole ‘nuther aural soundscape. The bluesy Simple Forgotten is a mellow, contemplative moment while Jarrod Lawson lends his vocals to the superb cover of Someday We’ll All Be Free." -Soul Brother Records (London, UK)


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