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Beloved by Kris Allen

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Album Title: Beloved
Label: Truth Revolution Records
Released: 2016

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Fiona's Comments

Cunieform noodling on some big slabs. #arty

About the Album

"Beloved" is the title track off of saxophonist Kris Allen's second album. The album’s artful originals are simultaneously rooted in deep tradition while resonating with a personal sense of seeking. The album features Allen on alto and soprano saxophones alongside close friends Frank Kozyra: tenor sax; Luques Curtis: double bass; Jonathan Barber: drums. To be released June 17 via Truth Revolution Records www.krisallenjazz.com www.truthrevolutionrecords.com

Track Listing

Lowborn (Proverbs 62:9); Mandy Have Mercy; Lord Help My Unbelief; Flores; One For Rory; Bird Bailey; Beloved; Hate The Game; More Yeah; Threequel.

Personnel

Kris Allen

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Additional Personnel

Kris Allen: alto saxophone, soprano saxophones; Frank Kozyra: tenor saxophone; Luques Curtis: bass; Jonathan Barber: drums.

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Date featured

June 17, 2016

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