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Bovina by Jeremy Udden

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Album Title: If the Past Seems So Bright
Label: Sunnyside Records
Released: 2011

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Fiona's Comments

Udden's blend of jazz and folk is a sublime joy to hear. His Plainville albums are filled with languid back-porch-on-a-sunny-afternoon tunes. The new album If The Past Seems So Bright has more edge to it than its predecessor Plainville, which brings the satisfaction of hearing the artist stretch out as well as emphasizing just how pretty the quieter tunes are. Just a gorgeous album.

About the Album

Jeremy Udden (saxophones/clarinet), Brandon Seabrook (guitar/banjo), Pete Rende (rhodes/pump organ/moog), Eivind Opsvik (bass), and RJ Miller (drums) with special guests Nathan Blehar (guitar/voice), Justin Keller (voice), Will Graefe (guitar).

Track Listing

Sad Eyes; New Dress; Stone Free; Bethel; Hammer; Thomas; Film; Bovina; Leland; Pause at a Lake.

Personnel

Jeremy Udden
Jeremy Udden

saxophone, alto

Additional Personnel

Jeremy Udden: alto and soprano saxophone, clarinet; Pete Rende: Fender Rhodes, pump organ, Prophet, Wurlitzer; Brandon Seabrook: banjo, guitar, 12-string guitar; Eivind Opsvik: acoustic bass; RJ Miller: drums; Nathan Blehar: nylon-string guitar (2, 6, 10) voice and guitar (4); Will Graefe: steel-string acoustic guitar (8); Justin Keller: voice (10).

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Date featured

October 20, 2011

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