Bliss Station by Eric St-Laurent
From the album
Album Title: Bliss Station
About the Album
The writings of Joseph Campbell on “following one's bliss" form the driving idea behind of this collection of new pieces by Toronto based musician Eric St-Laurent. With plenty time set aside to write, undisturbed and outside of the world’s fast pace of change, editing and mixing over several months, every step of the production was slow, deliberate. The set was conceived with featured guest trumpeter (and long time friend) Sebastian Studnitzky in mind. His soft, reflective tone lends an introspective quality to the recording. The fiery rhythm section of Michel DeQuevedo (percussion) and Jordan O’Connor (bass) provide a muscular counterpoint, while St-Laurent’s post-Benson approach supplies the blues. Recorded in Berlin, mixed and mastered in Toronto, ‘BLISS STATION’ is St-Laurent’s thirteenth’s solo album.
Edges; Shut Up, Silly; Bliss Station; Expand; Calvados; Mustard Arizona; Forsaken Cowboy; Green; Less; Credits.
April 5, 2020
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