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The Burial Of The Dead by Gio Yanez

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Album Title: Zero Point Energy
Label: Free Code Jazz Records
Released: 2014

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Fiona's Comments

Sing-a-long everyone, AhhhhAAAHHHHHahhhdedededeeeeeedede. Quietly addictive scatting, not quite a burial, but worthy at a roaring wake.

About the Album

This is one of my compositions you can find on my first record, released this month. The name alludes to T.S. Elliot´s "The Wasteland" inspiration from some other pieces. On this tune I took some lines from the poem to make a song of it sung by Portuguese vocalist Clara Buser. Alto solo by José Soares.

Miguel Sampaio: drums; Filipe Louro: double bass; Clara Buser: vocals; Wilson Correia: piano; Marcel Pascual: vibes; José Soares: alto sax; Luis Miguel: tenor sax; Gio Yáñez: guitar.

Track Listing

Soma E Siga; Please Don't Stop Your Fucking Drama; Here's The Wheel That Kills The Will; Burial Of The Dead; The Fire Sermon; Datta, Dayadhvam, Damyata; nnd.

Personnel

Gio Yanez
guitar, electric

Additional Personnel

Gio Yáñez: guitar; José Soares: alto saxophone; Luis Miguel: tenor saxophone; Marcel Pascual: vibraphone; Wilson Correia: piano; Filipe Louro: double bass; Miguel Sampaio: drums; Clara Buser: vocals (3, 4).

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Date featured

July 31, 2014

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