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"Stat" by Paul Tynan

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Bicoastal Collective: Chapter Three
Record Label: OA2 Records
By Paul Tynan
Released: 0

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Fiona's Comments

Stat is taken from the album Chapter Three. Stay piqued folks, this is for the jazzheads and it also rocks! Canadian trumpeter Paul Tynan (http://www.paultynanjazz.com/) and California-based baritone saxophonist Aaron Lington (http://www.aaronlington.com/)are on their third recording of the Bicoastal Collective series (check out the former volumes). With supacool guitarist Corey Christiansen (you may know him from his albums Outlaw Tractor or Roll with it - try them too if you haven't already http://coreychristiansen.com/), Dan Murphy on Rhodes, bassist Ashley Summers (http://ashleysummers.com/) and drummer Jon Deitemyer (www.jondeitemyer.com/), "Chapter Three" reinforces some serious jazz business.

About the Album

Canadian trumpeter Paul Tynan and California-based baritone saxophonist Aaron Lington let out the stops for an unabashed blowing session on their third recording of the Bicoastal Collective series. Veering from the sweeping, conceptual suites on the former volumes, the duo combines with a powerful quartet of improvisors from across North America (thus "Bicoastal"!) for a set of dynamic and inspired originals. With guitarist Corey Christiansen, Dan Murphy on Rhodes, bassist Ashley Summers and drummer Jon Deitemyer, "Chapter Three" further defines this captivating musical partnership and piques the curiosity for what lies in future chapters.

Date featured

January 12, 2013

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