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Coltrane Matrix by Quentin Bryan Angus

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Album Title: Retrieval Structure
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2012

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Fiona's Comments

Gotta say, this tune grabbed me. I'm not much of a jazz guitar guy, but I found myself engaged with this song right from the start. Definitely makes me want to hear more. Jazz from South Australia, now residing in NYC.

About the Album

"Coltrane Matrix" was composed after coming up with a substitute chord progression to Coltrane's "Giant Steps". The track is taken from my debut album as a leader; "Retrieval Structure".

Track Listing

Coltrane Matrix; Retrieval Structure; Level 21; The Heights; The First Fall; Phyrgia; Five Ahead; What The Future Holds; Sentient.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Quentin Angus: guitar; Chad Lefkowitz-Brown: tenor saxophone, soprano saxophone; Matthew Sheens: piano; Scott Coldberg: bass; Kenneth Salters: drums.

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Date featured

March 4, 2012

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