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Future by Rachel Eckroth

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Album Title: Let Go
Label: Virgo Rising Records
Released: 2014

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Fiona's Comments

Feelgood grooves and a tight band, what could be nicer? Jesse Fisher production, sweet as a nut.

About the Album

From Rachel Eckroth's latest release, Let Go.

Featuring Rachel Eckroth: vocals, rhodes, bells, horn arrangements; Jesse Fischer: producer, organ, Synths, engineer; Adam Jackson: drums; Alex Smith: bass; Shareef Clayton: trumpet; James Casey: tenor sax.

Track Listing

Gold; Future; Sunrise; Words Don't Mean; Let Go; A Million Dreams; Muse; Dark and Dreamy; More Beautiful Than That; Bitter My Heart.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Rachel Eckroth: pianoforte, tastiere, organo, synth, percussioni; in formazioni varie comprendenti Jason Colby, Shareef Clayton: tromba, flicorno; Camille Thurman, James Casey, Dan Pratt: sax tenore; John Wheeler, Nelson Foltz: trombone; Max Siegel: tuba; Paul Nedzeka; cl. basso; Adam Armjio, Chris Parrello: chitarra el., ukulele; Jesse Fischer: synth, organo, basso; Alex Smith, Kevin Thomas, David Cutler, Chris Smith: basso; Evan Pazner, Adam Jackson, Chris Benham, Jerome Jennings, Shirazette Tinnin: batteria. Myles David Lancette: voce, dobro, campane. Dana Lyn, Mark Chung: violino; Hannan Levinson: viola; Amanda Cookin: violoncello.

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Date featured

May 5, 2014

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