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Lifelines

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Lizzi Trumbore

Label: Lizzi Trumbore
Released: 2019
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Personnel

Lizzi Trumbore
Lizzi Trumbore

voice / vocals

Alex Kishiyama

keyboards

Skyler Hill

guitar

Jess Goodrich

saxophone, alto

Will Nathman

saxophone, tenor

Nathan Davis
Nathan Davis

saxophone

Chris VanLeeuwen

flugelhorn

Album Description

Trumbore's debut album "Lifelines" has been described by progressive jazz publication NEXTBOP as "a stunning and deeply refined overture to what we can only assume will be a long and fruitful career." "Lifelines" is a poignant collection of original jazz-fusion and pop songs that she has penned and arranged since leaving her home in Southern California to pursue a career and life in music. Lizzi explains that “looking back on it, this album feels like a diary to me- these songs really encompass the ways that I have personally and musically grown into my own skin.” The simultaneously poetic and transparently raw lyrics explore themes of love and loss, personal relationships, and fears of self-expression and independence. “Lifelines” takes you on a musical journey filled with memorable melodies, rich harmonies, and genuine lyrics. No matter where you go in life, there will always be lines to lead you back home.


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