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Transmitter Park by Old Time Musketry

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Album Title: Drifter
Label: NCM East
Released: 2015

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Fiona's Comments

The unlikely combination of squeezebox and sax is wielded with full force and max effect.

About the Album

“Drifter” continues Old Time Musketry’s pursuit of a music that draws on the exuberant spirit of jazz, the poignant melodies and soulful grooves of rock and folk music, and the energy and spontaneity of free improvisation. "Transmitter Park", written by JP Schlegelmilch, features a soaring melody and an insistent groove that work as the basis for hard-driving solos and rhythmic interplay...kind of a pop aesthetic that gets deconstructed throughout the course of the track. Mostly, it's fun. Adam Schneit: saxophone, clarinet, compositions; JP Schlegelmilch: accordion, piano, compositions; Phil Rowan: bass; Max Goldman: drums.

Track Listing

February March; Kept Close; Odd Ray; Drifter; Weird Waltz; The Turtle Speaks; Pastorale; Two Painters; Transmitter Park.

Personnel

Old Time Musketry

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Additional Personnel

Adam Schneit: saxophone, clarinet, compositions; JP Schlegelmilch: accordion, piano, compositions; Phil Rowan: bass; Max Goldman: drums.

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Date featured

March 14, 2015

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