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Prologue by Charlie Porter

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Album Title: Charlie Porter
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Released: 2018
Duration: 62.24

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Fiona's Comments

Impressive trumpet solo, pellucid and emotional, with the sense of a well tempered, classically trained, mariachi SEAL.

About the Album

"Prologue" is the opening track of the album. Half composed and half improvised, using the themes of the nine tracks to follow, it serves as an Overture for everything to come on the album.

Track Listing

Prologue; Mel Smiles; Rondo for Sticky; New Beginnings; A Lover Scorned; Brown Study; Messenger; Skain Train; Morning Glory; Anthem; Epilogue.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Charlie Porter: trumpet; John Nastos: alto and soprano saxophones; David Evans: tenor saxophone; John Moak: trombone; Majid Khaliq: violin; Christopher Woitach: guitar; David Goldblatt: piano; Greg Goebel: piano; George Colligan: piano; Dan Gaynor: piano; Tim Gilson: bass; Cary Miga: bass; Jon Lakey: bass; Chuck Israels: bass; Bill Athens: bass; Alan Jones: drums; Michael Raynor: drums; Christopher Brown: drums; Mel Brown: drums; Tim Rap: drums.

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Date featured

September 13, 2018

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