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Which Way Now by Julian Shore

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Album Title: Which Way Now
Label: Tone Rogue Records
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Fiona's Comments

Surely worthy of pre-order! Start your week right, listen to this. delightful gem.

About the Album

Following Filaments—named Top Jazz Debut in 2012 by Peter Hum of Ottawa Citizen and described as “an assured, organic debut from a pianist/composer who beyond the obvious elegance of his playing has a clear sense of the bigger artistic picture”—Julian Shore asks Which Way Now? Far from a statement of uncertainty, he poses the question to focus his record on the process of artistic exploration and the joy of musical discovery. Says Shore, “while I used to concern myself with writing a song that captures the minutia of a single person or memory, now I seek to show the world from which a person or feeling comes.” The recording features a cast of young lions: Gilad Hekselman, Dayna Stephens, Aidan Carroll and Colin Stranahan. Plus special guests Noah Preminger, Godwin Louis, Michael Mayo, Alexa Barchini, Kurt Ozan, Jorge Roeder, Samuel Torres and Michael Thomas.


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February 11, 2016

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