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No You Go by Bill Anschell

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Album Title: Rumbler
Label: Origin Records
Released: 2016

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Assertive, confident groove, pushing forward a tidy furrow.

About the Album

After a decade of recording mostly unscripted, improvised albums focused on his deep musical relationships with a few key players, pianist Bill Anschell returns to recording his own compositions and arrangements on "Rumbler," his fifteenth as a leader or co-leader. Anschell penned eight of the eleven tracks as well as arrangements of Thelonious Monk's "Misterioso" and Paul McCartney's "For No One." Mostly written on the road in planes and hotel rooms, "Rumbler" doubles as a musical travelogue, especially vivid in its reflection of experiences from his touring in South America over the last several years. Anschell is joined by a stellar cast of Seattle musicians, plus a guest appearance by Nashville saxophonist Jeff Coffin on the title track.The album closes with a moving, fully improvised solo expression of Duke Ellington's under-recorded "Reflections in D."

Track Listing

Misterioso; Dark Wind; Captive Light; MBK; No You Go; For No One; Rumbler; 39F; Heisenberg's Fugue St.; The Dreaded "E" Word; Reflections in D

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Bill Anschell: piano; Chris Symer: bass; Jose Martinez: drums; Brian Monroney: guitar (1,4,9,10); Jeff Busch: percussion (2,8); Jeff Coffin: soprano sax (7); Richard Cole: tenor sax (1); Hans Teuber: alto flute (2), tenor sax (3), alto sax (8)

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January 12, 2017

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