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Trinomite by The Salvagery

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Album Title: Triage
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011

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Fiona's Comments

This initially meandering tune amazingly builds a cohesive groove which steers the song from out to in. Jazz experimentation with very satisfying results and, really, a fun listen. Out of the Portland, Oregon scene. Also, available on Bandcamp for full steaming (and purchase) of the album.

About the Album

A rock drummer, a jazz bassist, and a classical pianist all set up under some microphones and pressed "record" without any pre-written music. The original working title of the track was "Forearm Killer". Curt Siffert (piano), Steve Turmell (drum), and Steve Morgan (bass).

Personnel

The Salvagery
band/orchestra

Date featured

August 27, 2011

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