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Dream and Guess by Craig Taborn

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Album Title: Compass Confusion
Label: Pyroclastic Records
Released: 2020

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“Dream and Guess” is the second track from Junk Magic’s recording, "Compass Confusion." A current pseudonym for album composer/producer Craig Taborn, Junk Magic features Chris Speed on saxophone, Erik Fratzke on bass, Mat Maneri on viola, David King on drums and Taborn on piano, keyboard and synthesizer. Together, they disarticulate boundaries that imply separation of live music and digital production. “I don’t really view using creative methods in ambient techniques as a ‘different side’ of musical expression,” says Taborn. “It’s all the same expression. But this album is definitely leaning in to the production process as opposed to relying more heavily on the live playing.”

Track Listing

Laser Beaming Hearts; Dream and Guess; Compass Confusion; The Science of Why the Devil Smells like Sulfur; The Night Land; Sargasso; Sunsets Forever.

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January 2, 2021

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