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An ode to E and R. Strangely reminiscent of a Doris Day number. Equal features by all band members help keep it lively.
Virtuosic guitarist, composer, arranger, and educator Trey Wright delivers a beautiful, uplifting jazz album. Featuring Marlon Patton on drums, Marc Miller on bass, Sam Skelton/Mace Hibbard on saxophone, and the sultry vocal stylings of Laura Coyle.
From Now On; Dear Leonard; Hissing Of Summer Lawns; Mirror Image; Looking At Each Other; Me and Einstein; One Foot In Front Of The Other; Begin Again; May You Be Free
Trey Wright: guitar; Marlon Patton: drums; Marc Miller: bass; Laura Coyle: vocals; Sam Skelton: saxophone; Mace Hibbard: saxophone; Darren Stanley: percussion; Kevin Hyde: trombone; Tommy Sommerville: piano
February 1, 2019
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