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Collage by Chuck Deardorf

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Album Title: Transparence
Label: Origin Records
Released: 2020

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About the Album

Veteran acoustic & electric bassist Chuck Deardorf brings together a broad collection of musical friends to create an album full of spontaneous interaction, gritty grooves and melodic beauty. Along with pianists Bill Mays & Jovino Santos Neto, guitarists Bruce Forman, Dave Peterson & Rick Peckham, as well as a host of other world-class players, Deardorf explores fresh originals, reconstructed standards and even a new take on the Beatles "Dear Prudence," displaying the creative vision that has made him a favorite musical partner to the countless jazz legends he's accompanied over the years.

Track Listing

1 Collage 5:39; 2 Alone Together 7:22; 3 Dear Prudence 7:54; 4 Bruzette 6:23; 5 Moon and Sand 5:55; 6 De Mansinho 6:18; 7 Sweet Lorraine 3:46; 8 Zingaro 7:47; 9 Creatinine 6:20; 10 The Peacocks 9:21.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Chuck Deardorf - acoustic bass, fretted and fretless basses; Bill Mays - piano; Bruce Forman - electric / acoustic guitar; Jovino Santos-Neto - Rhodes piano; Dave Peterson - guitar; Rick Peckham - guitar; Hans Teuber - alto and tenor saxophone; Richard Cole - tenor saxophone; Mark Ivester - drums; Gary Hobbs - drums, cajon drum set; Michael Spiro - conga, percussion; Jeff Busch - percussion; Terry Lauber - acoustic guitar.

Date featured

March 22, 2011

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