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Morph

Morph by David Wright buy album

David Wright

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2016
Duration: 53:04
Views: 1,176

Track Listing

1.  Find A Place 04:51
2.  There You Are 05:46
3.  After The Movie 06:16
4.  Interlude 00:10
5.  The Time You Have 07:08
6.  Lost Art 07:31
7.  Take Advantage 07:31
8.  Let's Start 07:40
9.  Nobody Expects The Spanish Inquisition 06:04
10.  Outro 00:07

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Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Rob Glass – Bass
Gianluca Grasso – Piano/Keyboards/Synthesisers
Tommaso Monopoli – Drums
David Wright – Guitar

Mixed and Mastered by David Wright

Album Description

Morph, the sophomore album from Phonograph Team Project was released on June 
17th 2016. 

“Morph” is a slight departure, or ‘transforming’ if you will, for Phonograph Team 
Project (PTP) with its embrace and use of electronics/sounds, textures and 
arrangements. 

Written, created and recorded online between July 2015 and January 2016, 
“Morph” is an instrumental release featuring 10 original compositions in the 
“Modern/Melodic Contemporary Jazz” vein, for lack of a better description, and 
should be appreciated by those who enjoy classic ECM recordings, early Steps 
Ahead, The Pat Metheny Group and more modern ‘euro’ ambient jazz offerings, 
among others. 

Press Quotes: 
“Phonograph Team Project has knocked one out right out of the park with Morph” – 
Tyran Grillo (All About Jazz)


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