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"User Error" by Hashem Assadullahi

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Pieces
Record Label: OA2 Records
By Hashem Assadullahi
Released: 2013

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Fiona's Comments

User Error - sounds as abstract as the reason your computer isn’t working again. If you're looking for something less esoteric you’d do well to check out Hashem's website http://hashemjazz.com/ where you'll find Pretty a tune with a cute animation and more examples of Hashem's fluidity as a melodic and diverse player.

About the Album

With eleven new works, highlighting the dramatic chemistry and rapport within his sextet, New York-based saxophonist and composer Hashem Assadullahi presents his debut recording for OA2 Records. Inspired by events, people and passions, the compositions are brought to life through the ensemble's strength of collective improvisation and their shared eclectic musical aesthetic. While drawing on a wide array of inspirations, including jazz, classical, pop, and movie soundtracks, each piece focuses on melody and mood, from introspective to lighthearted fun. Hashem Assadullahi Sextet, Hashem A. (saxophones), Ron Miles (trumpet), Justin Morell (guitar), James Miley (piano), Tyler Abbott (bass), Ryan Biesack (drums)

Track Listing

Prized Possession; The Straight Man (Walking the Dog on a Sunday); Pretty; The Harbinger; User Error; A Bag of Oranges; Digging Out; Seal Island; Fingersticks; Dark Tower; The Missing Piece.

Personnel

Hashem Assadullahi: saxophones; Ron Miles: trumpet; Justin Morell: guitar; James Miley: piano; Tyler Abbott: bass; Ryan Biesack: drums.

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Date featured

February 21, 2013

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