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Alan Blackman | The Coastal Suite

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The Coastal Suite

by Alan Blackman

A magical concept piece that explores a 24 hour cycle at the beach. Each original composition is connected with solo improvisations by each band member. The entire work is performed with projected images of coastal artist Ruth Brownlee.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Before Dawn
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2. And Again She Rises
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3. Bass (feat. Max Murray)
3:04 album only
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4. Eddies and Pools
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5. Percussion (feat. Rogerio Boccato)
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6. The Channel Marker Sounds
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7. Piano
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8. Driftwood
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9. Rising Tide
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10. Drums (feat. Frank Russo)
3:23 album only
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11. Endless Cycle
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12. Steps in the Sand
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13. Sax (feat. Donny McCaslin)
4:05 album only
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14. Coastal Theme
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15. Fractured Moonlight
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16. At First Light
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Winner of the Chamber Music America's New Jazz Works grant, Alan Blackman has endeavored to tell a musical story of a 24 hour cycle on the coast. This programmatic work features composed pieces connected by free improvisations by each band member.

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