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Samuel Blaser

Jazz trombonist and composer Samuel Blaser, who has earned serious attention and enthusiastic praise over the last few years for his daring virtuosity and engaging improvisations, advances his artistry to even greater heights on his new CD, 7th Heaven, just released on the Between the Lines/Double Moon label in Germany. A prolific talent with a truly collaborative spirit, Blaser brings together guitarist Scott Dubois, bassist Thomas Morgan and drummer Gerald Cleaver to create seven separate songs that explore the territory between hard bop and free jazz, all of which confirm that a new trombone star has risen in the realm of the Improviser’s Art.

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Signal To Noise Fall 2008 Jay Collins

“...another vibrant quartet outing that serves as the leadership debut for 26- yearold trombonist Samuel Blaser... Blaser is a confident soloist, decorating straight-uo, puckish lines with vibrant extended techniques... It is the capstone of a forceful debut for the young trombonist...”

All About Jazz July 17th 2008 Troy Terrell Kent Holmes

“...Samuel Blaser writes and plays daringly on his debut as a leader, blending free jazz sensibilities with a straightahead approach. And if a trombone ever flourished in a free jazz vein, it's here..

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