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Exit by Brian Patneaude

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Album Title: As We Know It
Label: WEPA Records
Released: 2007

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Saxophonist Brian Patneaudes latest recording - As We Know It (WEPA Records) - features his long-standing quartet with guitarist George Muscatello, bassist Mike DelPrete and drummer Danny Whelchel along with special guest Dave Payette on fender rhodes. The album is comprised of seven melodically driven original compositions that feature inventive solos and the cohesive group sound that the quartet has become known for.

Track Listing

Matters Not; Exit; Will You Be; Simple Truth; Majority; Life As We Know It; Gil Barney (Wins The Race).

Personnel

Brian Patneaude
Brian Patneaude

saxophone, tenor

Additional Personnel

Brian Patneaude: tenor sax; George Muscatello: guitar; Mike DelPrete: bass; Danny Whelchel: drums; Dave Payette: Fender Rhodes (1-3, 5, 6).

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Date featured

March 24, 2008

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