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Sonata No. 12 Adagio (Intro) by Alex Goodman

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Album Title: Impressions in Blue and Red
Label: Outside in Music
Released: 2020

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About the Album

Impressions in Blue and Red is a double CD and the newest release from Alex Goodman, winner of the 2014 Montreux Jazz Festival International Guitar Competition. On “Impressions in Blue and Red”, the New York based jazz guitarist has assembled a collection of some of the world’s finest jazz improvisers, including Ben Van Gelder, Martin Nevin and Jimmy Macbride on the disc “Impressions in Blue” and Alex LoRe, Rick Rosato, and Mark Ferber on the disc “Impressions in Red.” The music was conceived through an investigation into synesthesia and the connection between color, visual art and music.

Track Listing

No Man's Land; Blue Shade (Intro); Blue Shade; Moods; Space Behind Eugene Boch (Intro); Space Behind Eugene Boch; Zen (Intro); Zen; Cobalt Blue; Still Life With Skull (Intro); Still Life With Skull; I'll Never Be the Same; Choose; Circles in a Circle; Impending (Intro); Impending; In Heaven Everything is Fine; Toys; Occam's Razor; Like a Fire That Consumes All Before It (Intro); Like a Fire That Consumes All Before It; E.T.; Sonata No. 12 Adagio (Intro); Sonata No. 12 Adagio; View in Perspective (Intro); View in Perspective; If I Loved You.

Personnel

Ben van Gelder
Ben van Gelder

saxophone, alto

Alex LoRe
Alex LoRe

saxophone, alto

Rick Rosato
Rick Rosato

bass, acoustic

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April 6, 2020

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