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Smells Like Teen Spirit by Jay Smith Group

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Album Title: The Trio Showed Up
Jay Smith Group
Released: 2019


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Fiona's Comments

After Robert Glasper dropped the mic on this we thought we'd heard enough Nirvana, Jay Smith thinks otherwise.

About the Album

Sometimes, the venues only call for a trio! This album represents a series of dates recorded as live as possible with Fernando Montoya on bass, Cesareo Garasa on electric drums and Jay Smith on keys/synth. When we play as a trio, we tend to use that time to stretch out more and expand our horizons. I've chosen to keep the mistakes in for posterity. See how many you can spot!

Track Listing

I Wish; Nardis; Smells Like Teen Spirit; Sugar; I Wish I Knew How It Feels To Be Free; Footprints; Caravan; Blues


Additional Personnel

Jay Smith: piano, organ, ROLI Seaboard Rise 49; Fernando Montoya: electric bass; Cesareo Garasa: electric drums

Date featured

January 19, 2020

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