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Memories and Dreams

Memories and Dreams by Cody Carpenter
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Cody Carpenter

Label: Blue Canoe Records
Released: 2021
Duration: 00:46:13
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Track Listing

Attract Mode; Kindness Of The Goddess; Daybreak; Depth; Sleight Of Hand; Oppression; Brave The Living Labyrinth; Null; Slag Of Heart; Dimensional Crossings; The Grind


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Cody Carpenter: keys, guitar, synth bass, composer, producer; Jimmy Haslip: bass; Jimmy Branly: drums, mixing, mastering; Virgil Donati: drums; Scott Seiver: drums; Marco Sfogli: guitar; Nobukatsu Mizoguchi: album artwork

Album Description

Cody Carpenter has once again delivered a high-energy instrumental progressive rock album titled, “Memories and Dreams”. Carpenter’s signature piano and keyboard chops are as instrumental as it is interpretative which leads the listener on a unique odyssey. Cody’s compositional and arranging skills continue to shine with his fourth CD as a leader and this original eleven-song outing. With “Memories and Dreams”, Cody takes the listener on a musical journey by way of flourishing keyboard phrases, deep grooves provided by bassist Jimmy Haslip, driving drums featuring Jimmy Branly, Virgil Donati, Scott Seiver. and the group is rounded out by thevirtuosicguitarplayingofMarcoSfogli. Carpenter’s newest album project “Memories and Dreams” has more than lived up to his fans’ expectations of nothing less than 11 amazing examples of musical perfection.


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