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The Arrangement of Unequal Things by Harris Eisenstadt

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Album Title: Golden State II
Label: Songlines Recordings
Released: 2015

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Knotty woodwind sounds.

About the Album

The second release by drummer Harris Eisenstadt's quartet featuring his wife Sara Schoenbeck on bassoon, as well as Mark Dresser on bass and Michael Moore on clarinet (rather than Nicole Mitchell on flute, who is on the first Golden State); recorded live at the 2014 Vancouver jazz festival.

Track Listing

The Arrangement of Unequal Things; Seven In Six/A Particularity with a Universal Resonance; A Kind of Resigned Indignation; Agency; Gleaning.

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Additional Personnel

Harris Eisenstadt: batteria; Sara Schoenbeck: fagotto; Michael Moore: clarinetto; Mark Dresser: contrabbasso.

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Date featured

June 14, 2015

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