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I Want That Sound!

I Want That Sound! by Ken Field buy album

Ken Field

Label: Innova Recordings
Released: 2016
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Track Listing

Slippery When Wet; Discoveries; Higgins Hollow; Nature; I Want That Sound!; Just Walk Closer; Roohane; John's Jailhouse Blues

Personnel

Ken Field
Ken Field

saxophone, alto

Additional Personnel / Information

Ken Field: alto saxophone; Tom Hall: tenor saxophone; Jerry Sabatini: trumpet; Dave Harris: trombone & tuba; Blake Newman: acoustic bass; Phil Neighbors: drums

Album Description

I Want That Sound!, RSE’s fourth album, celebrates the band’s collective experience by providing a snapshot of where and what it is today – a tight, funky, fun, and heady unit that’s transgenerational in its appeal and whose music resonates with listeners on melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic levels. The personnel heard on the album is Field’s current working band and the RSE line-up that has played continuously together the longest. I Want That Sound! is also the first in the band’s discography to feature all original material with all but the infectious opening track “Slippery When Wet” penned by Field.


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