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Sophomore by Harley Card

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Album Title: Hedgerow
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015

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Fiona's Comments

Sweet hushaby tune, gentle guitar intro, sax styling has dusting of Michael Brecker.

About the Album

A follow up to Card’s 2008 debut Non-Fiction, Hedgerow introduces ten of Card's new compositions, featuring stunning performances by some of Canada’s top emerging jazz musicians.   On Hedgerow, Card employs many of his long time collaborators - all well known leaders and sidemen in their own right - in quintet, quartet, and trio settings. Drawing from years of live performance experience, the recording showcases new heights of expression and group improvisation from Card and his colleagues. Card demonstrates the versatility of his idiosyncratic voice both on acoustic and electric guitars.

Track Listing

Get There; Hedgerow; Helicopters and Holograms; Flash Card Etude No. 1; Sophomore; Crossing the Berg; Coalescence; The Brain Chain; Smutty Twig Men; The Way.

Personnel

Harley Card
guitar

Additional Personnel

Harley Card: guitars and loops; David French: tenor sax, bass clarinet; Matt Newton: piano and Fender Rhodes; Jon Maharaj, Dan Fortin: bass; Ethan Ardelli, Fabio Ragnelli: drums.

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Date featured

January 21, 2015

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