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One From Brooklyn

One From Brooklyn by Matt Clark
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Matt Clark

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2021
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Track Listing

Opening Gambit; Two Hours This Side; Exit Kennedy; Two Hours That Side; Hey Queens; Melancholia; Last Lost.


Personnel

Matt Clark
guitar
Mark Wilson
bass, acoustic

Album Description

Reflections on a trip to New York from the confines of a home studio, “One From Brooklyn” is the debut album by Matt Clark Three. Matt Clark Three. Jazz influenced grooves. Combining a love of lo-fi loops and samples, and influenced by the avant-garde scenes of New York and Chicago… “The overall effect creates a dynamic sonic quality, as if a laid-back street-level musical trio were performing their own structured and improvised material but also incorporating the ephemeral swell of sounds around them…” - Jordan Penney, All About Jazz Featuring collaborations with Mark Wilson (Caaw, Underhound) on double bass and Darren Beckett (Madeleine Peyroux, Lauryn Hill) on drums.


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