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Clear the Rain by Chris Dingman

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Album Title: Waking Dreams
Label: Between Worlds Music
Released: 2011

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Fiona's Comments

I can't get past AAJ reviewer Mark Turner's comment on this song, that Dingman "can also ignite, as in Clear The Rain, with a solo like wildfire, developing slowly and then spreading quickly." It aptly sums up this tune. What starts deceptively as a spooky ballad ignites with growing intensity before concluding with a return to a pacified state, but not as serene as the notes which the song first began. Excellent song from an excellent album. Jazz from the Brooklyn scene.

About the Album

Ambrose Akinmusire (trumpet), Fabian Almazan (piano), Joe Sanders (bass), Justin Brown (drums), Chris Dingman (vibes).

Track Listing

Prelude; Vijayanagara; Jet Lag; Manhattan Bridge; Indian Hill; Waking Dreams; Interlude; Same Coin; Shift in the Wind; Reflection; Clear the Rain; Nocturnal; Zaneta; Epilogue: Stillness.

Personnel

Chris Dingman
Chris Dingman

vibraphone

Additional Personnel

Ambrose Akinmusire: trumpet; Loren Stillman: saxophones; Fabian Almazan: piano; Joe Sanders: bass; Justin Brown: drums; Chris Dingman: vibraphone; Ryan Ferreira: guitar (3); Erica Von Kleist: flute (2, 8); Mark Small: bass clarinet (8).

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Date featured

July 24, 2011

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