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What Goes Up Must Come Down by Myron Walden

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Album Title: Momentum
Label: Demi Sound Records
Released: 2009

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"What Goes Up Must Come Down," taken from Myron Walden's first album as a leader in four years, Momentum (Demi Sound, 2009). The album features Walden on tenor sax, trumpeter, Darren Barrett, pianist David Bryant, bassist Yasushi Nakamura and drummer Kendrick Scott.

Track Listing

Of Three Worlds; The Road Ahead; Pulse; Vision of a Visionary; Miles; When Time Stood Still; What Goes Up Must Come Down; Longing; Like a Flower Seeking the Sun; Memories; Carnage; When Time Stood Still.

Personnel

Myron Walden
Myron Walden

saxophone

Additional Personnel

Myron Walden: tenor saxophone; Darren Barrett: trumpet; David Bryant: electric piano; Yasushi Nakamura: bass; Kendrick Scott: drums.

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Date featured

November 23, 2009

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