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The Rhythm of Invention

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Wayne Wallace

Label: Patois Records
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Vámonos Pa’l Monte; Take Five; All the Things You Are; So What—Softly, As in a Morning Sunrise; The Rhythm of Invention; In a Mist; El Arroyo; Se Me Cayó el Veinte; Atardecer Matanceco (Evening in Matanzas); Mi Descarga.

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Guests: Dayren Santamaria: violin (1, 8); Mary Fettig: flute, soprano and saxophones, and bass clarinet (1, 2, 5, 8, 10); Masaru Koga: tenor saxophone (5, 10); Melecio Magdaluyo:baritone saxophone (5, 10; Erik Jekabson: trumpet (5, 10); John Worley: trumpet (5, 10); Brennan Johns: bass trombone (2, 4, 7, 9); Miró Sobrer: trombone (2, 4, 7, 9); Matthew Waterman: trombone (2, 4, 7, 9); David Baker: pre-recorded interview (5); Sean Weber: trombone (2, 4, 7, 9); Eugene Chuklov: violin (3, 5, 6); Niki Fukuda: violin (3, 5, 6); Maria Romero: violin (3, 5); Daniel Stein: violin (3, 5); Edith Szendrey: viola (3, 5); Rose Wollman: viola (3, 5, 6); Kelly Knox: cello (3, 5); Monica Scott: cello (3, 5, 6); Akida Thomas: spoken word (5).


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