Leaving Moscow by Dan Rosenboom
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Sneakin' up behind you...If Living Colour mated with the ghost of Martyn Bennett via in vitro engineering with the prime audial cells of Erik Truffaz, after a couple of 'cocktails' with the Davis one. Go on, I dare you! #pedaltothemetal #notakapustininsight
About the Album
Fire Keeper introduces a new brand of American music, unbound by genre or stylistic idiom. Daniel Rosenboom and his quintet seamlessly blend elements of jazz, progressive and experimental rock, electronic music, N'awlins blues, grunge, and contemporary classical music into an unprecedented sound that is fiery, grooving, intelligent and exciting. The band rocks hard, but flies with the freedom of inspired jazz. The sound is fresh yet grounded, and for all its brazen metal edge, this is joyous music!
Personnel: Daniel Rosenboom: trumpet and piccolo trumpet; Gavin Templeton: saxophones, flute, and bass clarinet; Alexander Noice: electric guitar and electronics; Kai Kurosawa: bear trax, ziggy, and electronics; Dan Schnelle: drums.
Leaving Moscow; Seven on Seventh; With Fire Eyes; Tadodaho; Hush Money; The Fifteenth Hour; Holiday Motel; Inspiration; Tendrils.
Dan Rosenboom: trumpet, piccolo trumpet; Alexander Noice: electric guitar; Gavin Templeton: saxophones, flute, bass clarinet; Kai Kurosawa: Bear Trax, ziggy, electronics; Dan Schnelle: drums.
May 7, 2014
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