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Glazz Ensemble | Modalities

Glazz Ensemble | Modalities by Billy Denk buy album

Billy Denk

Label: Waltzing Square Recording
Released: 2012
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Track Listing

Tarantula; Come As You Are; Brazilian Dorian Dream; My Funny Valentine; This and That; Part-Time Lover; Bird in Flight; In a Blue Way; Straight Life

Personnel

Billy Denk
Billy Denk

guitar

Additional Personnel / Information

Bryan Kyrouac: tenor saxophone, producer, engineer; Curt Johnson: keyboards; Billy Denk: guitar & producer; Jim Seidel: bass; Graham Butler: drums

Album Description

Glazz Ensemble are a Chicago-based quintet bridging jazz, Latin, rock and funk to create an engaging sound. Their 2012 release, Modalities, documents the band's exploration of these elements. Bryan Kyrouac | saxophone Curt Johnson | keyboards Billy Denk | guitar Jim Seidel | bass Graham Butler | drums Recorded July 16 and November 27, 2011 at the Schoolhouse, Northbrook, IL. 'Straight Life' recorded June 4, 2011 at L'Eiffel Bistrot, South Barrington, IL. Engineered and mixed by Bryan Kyrouac. Artwork and design by Billy Denk. Mastered by Jason Ward, Chicago Mastering Service, Chicago, IL. John Nelson, trumpet, 'My Funny Valentine' and 'Straight Life'; Keith Nowickas, percussion, 'Brazilian Dorian Dream'.


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