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One Note At A Time

One Note At A Time by Erik Jekabson
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Erik Jekabson

Label: Wide Hive Records
Released: 2020
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Track Listing

Days of Haze; Dusk; Brother Todd; Bell Song; One Note at a Time (I Cry Creativity); Full House; The Growing Place; Shaker Funk; When You Went Away.


Dave Ellis
saxophone, tenor
Dave MacNab
John Santos

Additional Personnel / Information

Erik Jekabson: trumpet; Dave Ellis: saxophone; Dave MacNab: guitar; John Wiitala: bass; David Flores: drums; John Santos: percussion; Avotcja: vocals (5); Mads Tolling: violin (5); Alisa Rose: violin: (5).

Album Description

This third album from Erik Jekabson's sextet on Wide Hive Records, features nine expansive new compositions with an all-star group featuring saxophonist Dave Ellis (Charlie Hunter Trio), guitarist Dave Mac Nab (Hamilton sf), bassist John Wiitala, drummer Hamir Atwal (Tuneyards) and legendary percussionist John Santos. Erik Jekabson is a well known bay area musician who has played trumpet with Galactic, John Mayer, and Kamasi Washington in Throttle Elevator Music. Here, with his sextet, Erik continues to establish his own sound with a steady, transcendent feel. Also featured is Avotcja on vocals for the title track; one note at a time along with mads tolling on violin. Traditionally cut at Studio D in San Rafael in one day, the album has a classic sound reminiscent of late sixties but with a modern edge and energy that makes it truly relevant in the musical current of today.



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