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Flashbacks by Barney McAll

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Album Title: Flashbacks
Label: Extra Celestial Arts
Released: 2009

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About the Album

Flashbacks is the fifth album by composer/pianist Barney McAll, and continues the exciting trajectory--begun with his debut, Exit--into his own distinctive sound world. Like its predecessor, Mother of Dreams and Secrets, it features both brilliant guitar innovator Kurt Rosenwinkel and some traditional sacred Afro Cuban rhythms. But the Cuban influence is fully subsumed here, and there is no way that this album could be categorized as World Music. In fact, other than "contemporary," it is hard to place any label on McAll's music. Continue...

Track Listing

Elegua Dictate; Flashback; End Of Things Start Of Things; New Eyes; Red And Black Shifts; Circle Cycle; Costello; Ten Days Of Silence.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Barney McAll: piano, chucky, keyboards; Jay Rodriguez: tenor sax (1- 4, 6); Kurt Rosenwinkel: guitar (1-7); Josh Roseman: trombone (1-4, 6); Drew Gress: bass (2-4, 6, 7); Jonathan Maron: electric bass (1, 5); Mat Palvoka: bass (8); Obed Calvaire: drums (1-7); George Schuller: drums (8); Pedrito Martinez: bata, percussion (1, 3-5); Tiger Rex: alto sax (7).

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Date featured

April 10, 2009

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