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"Star Insignia" by Old Time Musketry

From the album

Different Times
Record Label: Steeplechase Lookout
By Old Time Musketry
Released: 2013

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Fiona's Comments

I like this trend I'm seeing of the blending of modern folk music and jazz. It often has a serene back porch lazy day feel, as this song illustrates. It's a neat album, one that switches things up a bit here and there. Good stuff.

About the Album

Old Time Musketry presents a joyous music that draws on the exuberant spirit of early jazz, the poignant melodies and soulful grooves of rock and folk music, the energy and spontaneity of free improvisation, and a willfully experimental attitude towards combining these elements into a unique vision of American music. From their debut album, "Star Insignia" has a dark, brooding rock feel that builds over the course of the song.

Track Listing

Star Insignia; Parade; Different Times; Cadets; Hope For Something More; Anger Dance; Hightly Questionable; Underwater Volcano; Floating Vision.

Personnel

Adam Schneit: saxophones, clarinet; J. P. Schlegelmilch: piano, Wurlitzer, accordion, glockenspiel, synthesizer; Phil Rowan: bass; Max Goldman: drums, melodica.

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Date featured

October 17, 2012

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