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Toronto Streets Tour

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Harrison Argatoff

Label: Independent
Released: 2020
Duration: 01:10:43
Views: 282

Track Listing

1. Intro; 2. Wait; 3. Muroro; 4. Rainfall; 5. Interlude; 6. White Acacia; 7. Untitled; 8. Flicker; 9. Love is Love; 10. I Have Started; 11. Outro

Personnel

Harrison Argatoff
Harrison Argatoff

saxophone, tenor

Album Description

Toronto Streets Tour is a new release from Toronto-based saxophonist Harrison Argatoff. This album captures the essence of his 2019 “Toronto Streets Tour” project, in which he performed 30 consecutive solo concerts on the streets of Toronto. With locations set in advance and advertised by postal code, interested listeners were required to search small areas of the city, ears open, in order to find the performances. Recorded under a bridge, this album is made up of nine original compositions and two traditional songs (tracks 3 and 6). Muroro comes from Zimbabwe, and was graciously shared by Moyo Mutamba. White Acacia is a Russian song, taught by Harrison’s family. If you’d like to know more about the 2019 streets tour project, please visit: harrisonargatoff.com/torontostreetstour


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