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Extra Fuzz by The Britton Brothers

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Album Title: Uncertain Living
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2010

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About the Album

This track is from our up and coming debut album, Uncertain Living. The album includes influences from many different eras of jazz and the tenor sax playing of special guest, Chris Potter, on some of the tracks. The album will be out soon, so stop by our website or facebook page to stay informed. This composition features 8+ unique time signatures with feel-good grooves. The band members solo on three different time signatures each, and each time signature evolves out of the last. Enjoy! On release day, we will be putting out a free play-along of this track along with a few others. Other free content we plan on giving out will include transcriptions of Chris Potter's solos from the album and some of our original charts.

Track Listing

Extra Fuzz; Anticipation; June Humidity; Molo; Uncertain Living; Come Thou Fount; Mr John McNeil; Ducks in a Row.

Personnel

The Britton Brothers
The Britton Brothers

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel

John Britton: trumpet; Ben Britton: tenor sax; Jeremy Siskind: piano; Taylor Waugh: bass; Austin Walker: drums; Chris Potter: tenor sax (2, 8).

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Date featured

September 2, 2009

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