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What Have We Here by Jon Irabagon

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Album Title: Inaction is An Action
Label: Self Produced
Released: 2015

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...mulberry mulberry mulberry.... The tube cleaning of the Saxophonus rexus by Nonconformus forgottenis. It'll never catch on will it? For absolute Irabagon fans.

About the Album

“What Have We Here” is a track off of saxophonist Jon Irabagon’s new CD, “Inaction Is An Action.” “Inaction is An Action” is Jon Irabagon's ninth album as a leader – and one that will surely challenge even the most discernible and experienced ear. Featuring Irabagon on solo sopranino saxophone, “Inaction is an Action” is an epic feat from all angles, expanding the language of solo saxophone as well as bringing a neglected instrument to the foreground. Irabagon simultaneously releases a more straight-ahead CD, “Behind the Sky” featuring legendary trumpeter Tom Harrell. Out September 15 on Irabbagast Records http://www.jonirabagon.com/

Track Listing

Revvvv; Acrobat; What Have We Here; The Best Kind of Sad; Hang Out a Shingle; Ambiwinxtrous; Liquid Fire; Alps.

Personnel

Jon Irabagon
saxophone, alto

Additional Personnel

Jon Irabagon: sopranino saxophone.

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Date featured

September 28, 2015

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