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Herbs in a Glass by Jason Palmer

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Album Title: Rhyme And Reason
Label: Giant Step Arts
Released: 2019

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Fiona's Comments

Peppy, intertwined and modestly exuberant.

About the Album

"Herbs in a Glass" is the first track from Jason Palmer's album "Rhyme and Reason," available March 1, 2019 thanks to the non-profit Giant Step Arts, led by noted photographer and recording engineer Jimmy Katz. This double album is the first through Giant Step Arts, a groundbreaking, artist-focused non-profit with a single mission: to help modern jazz innovators create their art free of commercial pressure. "Rhyme and Reason," featuring trumpeter Palmer, saxophonist Mark Turner, bassist Matt Brewer, and drummer Kendrick Scott, provides vivid evidence of the adventurous and original music that can be created when artists are provided such integral support. Palmer assembled a dream band and composed bold new music that allows each of these gifted players ample space and inspiration to explore.

Track Listing

CD 1: Herbs In A Glass; Rhyme And Reason; Blue Grotto; Sadhana; CD 2: The Hampton Inn (For Alan); Mark’s Place; Waltz For Diana; Kalispel Bay.

Personnel

Jason Palmer
trumpet

Additional Personnel

Jason Palmer: trumpet; Mark Turner: tenor saxophone; Matt Brewer: bass; Kendrick Scott: drums

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Date featured

May 11, 2019

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