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Halfway to Hartford by Noah Preminger

From the album

Album Title: Genuinity
Label: Criss Cross
Released: 2018


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Fiona's Comments

The cerebral chatter of inner anguish caused by mundane objects, expressed through the code of paper and comb, interpreted by musicians.

About the Album

"Halfway to Hartford" is the first track from Noah Preminger's new album "Genuinity," out February 16, 2018 via Criss Cross Jazz. The album features Preminger on tenor sax, Jason Palmer on trumpet, Kim Cass on bass, and Dan Weiss on drums.

Track Listing

Halfway To Hartford; The Genuine One; Mad Town ; TS And Her Spirit; AH; My Blues For You; Nashua; Walking On Eggshells; Acknowledgement.


Noah Preminger
Noah Preminger

saxophone, tenor

Additional Personnel

Noah Preminger: tenor saxophone; Jason Palmer: trumpet; Kim Cass: bass; Dan Weiss: drums.


Date featured

March 5, 2018

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