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Three Moments

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Josh Rosen

Label: Ziggle Zaggle Music
Released: 2019
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Track Listing

Some Other Jungle; Celestial Bodies from Afar; We Shall Overcome; Three Moments; Motian; Three Mo' Moments; Twelve-ish; Death Is Not an Ending; We Shall Overcome (Reprise)

Personnel

Additional Personnel / Information

Josh Rosen: piano; Stan Strickland: saxes, flutes, bass clarinet, voice, percussion; Ra Kalam Bob Moses: drums, percussion

Album Description

Other worldly sounds by improvisational masters, thoughtfully emotive originals, and a deep reimagining of the classic anthem, We Shall Overcome. "Being in the moment is powerful. Fully alive, everything risked, authentic. No boundaries, no beginning or end. Timeless, without circumference. Like a pebble in water, the moment ripples out… if no resistance, endlessly. When we play without resistance from our egos or fears, the music extends itself organically, with ease. There is a beauty of freedom and connectivity. “Three Moments” is music of one moment times three. Each of us in the present moment, happening at one time. Coming from three of us, it’s three moments in one moment." - Stan Strickland


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