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Rites of Ascension

Rites of Ascension by Nick Maclean Quartet buy album

Nick Maclean Quartet

Label: Browntasauras Records
Released: 2017
Duration: 01:06:53
Views: 2,239

Track Listing

1. Cantaloupe Island 2. Driftin' 3. One Finger Snap 4. Temptation of the Crossroads: Blue VS Brown 5. Goldberg Machine 6. Nation's Unrest: A Tribal Conflict 7. Feral Serenity 8. Elasticity of Time and Space 9. Madness of Nero 10. One 11. Tell Me A Bedtime Story

Personnel

Nick Maclean Quartet
Nick Maclean Quartet

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

Nick Maclean - piano Brownman Ali - trumpet Jesse Dietschi - bass Tyler Goertzen - drums

Album Description

This album, the debut release from the Nick Maclean Quartet, represents a modern re-imagining of the spirit of Herbie Hancock's primordial 60's quartet. Not to be confused with a "tribute" recording, this record has a character of its own, while being an homage to Hancock's influence on Maclean both as pianist and composer. The depth of the synergistic connectivity between all 4 hand- picked members of Maclean's quartet are a cornerstone to the ensemble's sound and group dynamic. Thus its completion represents Maclean's examination of the modern jazz ethos with all the intriguing challenges, opportunities and possibilities that go with it. BUY LINK: https://nickmacleanquartet.bandcamp.com/album/rites-of-ascension


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