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"Safeway" by Dave Douglas

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Rare Metals
By Dave Douglas

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"Safeway," from trumpeter Dave Douglas' inaugural disc to his Greenleaf Portable Series (GPS), GPS Volume 1: Rare Metals. Featuring his Brass Ecstasy group that, in addition to Douglas, features: Vincent Chancey: French horn; Luis Bonilla: trombone; Marcus Rojas: tuba; Nasheet Waits: drums. The first of a three-day All About Jazz exclusive, featuring a track from each of the first three GPS Series releases.

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December 5, 2011

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