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Stone Cold by John Magnante

From the album

Album Title: Time's Up!
Point of Departure, WMPG-FM
Released: 2009


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Fiona's Comments

Stone Cold actually warms up after five minutes. #NotSoCold

About the Album

This track is from the award winning album "Times Up!" from upstate New York's favorite modern jazz group, E.S.P. This band plays in 9/4 time signature effortlessly and improvises over bassist Matthew Vacanti's composition "Stone Cold" which was inspired by the great bassist Kim Stone.

Track Listing

01. Time's Up!; 02. La Hija; 03. Copper Room; 04. Post Bop Republic; 05. Meet Me in Paris; 06. Merge; 07. Be Bop Da Wap; 08. Make a Wish; 09. Stone Cold; 10. Jacky's Blues; 11. Twilight.


Additional Personnel

John Magnante (guitar); Barry Blumenthal (keyboard); Brian Scherer (sax, flute); Matt Vacanti (bass); Karl Sterling (drums).


Date featured

October 13, 2018

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