Dirigibles by Josh Nelson
From the album
About the Album
"Dirigibles" is a composition from Josh Nelson's new album Discoveries. Citing Herbie Hancocks 'Speak Like a Child' and 'The Prisoner' as major influences for the overall vibe of this project, Nelson also points to visionary writers Jules Verne and H.G. Wells as cornerstones for this project. "This record was definitely inspired by some of my childhood and ongoing obsessions with early sci-fi steampunk imagery that comes out of Jules Verne's writing, H.G. Wells writings and movies like The Time Machine and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. And I'm trying to manifest all of that into a jazz record."
Atma-Krandana; Sinking Ship; Dirigibles; Tesla Coil; Discoveries; Memorial; Jogging Day; Wells, Verne, And The Magic Lantern; Weena (Love Theme From "The Time Machine"); Griffith Park Promenade; Ode To Zoetrope.
Josh Nelson: piano, keyboards; Larry Koonse: guitars; Dave Robaire: electric bass, acoustic bass; Dan Schnelle: drums, percussion; Dontae Winslow: trumpet, flugelhorn; Alan Ferber: trombone; Brian Walsh: bass clarinet; Vanessa Robaire: vocals.
- Discoveries by Dan Bilawsky
October 25, 2011
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