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Worst Enemy by Dan Cray

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Album Title: Meridies
Label: Origin Records
Released: 2012

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Fiona's Comments

Real nice straight-ahead modern jazz. This song, and the entire album really, has a real lively feel, pleasant from beginning to end.

About the Album

Chicago native and Brooklyn-based pianist Dan Cray makes his debut on Origin Records with a new group featuring young saxophone phenom Noah Preminger, veteran drummer Mark Ferber, and long-time musical compatriot, bassist Clark Sommers. Melodic original compositions and a strong sense of thematic cohesion and rhythmic verve provide momentum to Cray's dynamic quartet outing.

Track Listing

Smile; Worst Enemy; Amor Fati; Serenity; East 69; Winter Rose (1728); At Least; March Of The Archetypes.

Personnel

Dan Cray
Dan Cray

piano

Additional Personnel

Dan Cray: piano; Noah Preminger: tenor saxophone; Clark Sommers: bass; Mark Ferber: drums.

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Date featured

April 25, 2012

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