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New Beginnings by Matt Jorgensen

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Album Title: Another Morning
Label: Origin Records
Released: 2008

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About the Album

Drummer Matt Jorgensen and his long-time bandmates continue to push their unique sound in new directions with their fourth studio recording for Origin. With their expansive originals and stirring arrangements of The Beatles' "Helter Skelter," Joe Henderson's "Power To The People," and Neil Young's "Ohio," "Another Morning" provides a broad canvas for the band as they explore the group aesthetic they've been developing over the last decade. Also featured are guest appearances by Thomas Marriott on trumpet and Jason Goessl on guitar. "[Jorgensen's] rock aesthetic lends intensity to his improvisations ..." - The New York Post.

Track Listing

New Beginning; Sweetpea; Birds; Spectre; Lock Down; Helter Skelter; Entomology; Power to the People; Tell and Retell; Ohio.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Mark Taylor: saxophones; Ryan Burns: Fender Rhodes, organ, Moog; Phil Sparks: bass; Matt Jorgensen: drums. Special guests: Thomas Marriott: trumpet (1, 8, 10); Jason Goessl: guitar (2, 10).

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Date featured

April 1, 2008

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