Alex LoRe Quartet | More Figs and Blue Things

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More Figs and Blue Things

by Alex LoRe Quartet

Gathered in a traditional jazz quartet format, the music encompasses a combination of through composed and improvised elements, drawing influences from European classical, jazz, and current popular music.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Southbound
6:29 album only
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2. Next Time
5:22 album only
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3. Normal
5:53 album only
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4. Away
5:25 album only
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5. Cold Spring
8:35 album only
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6. Interlude
1:04 album only
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7. Figs for Birds
9:11 album only
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8. And Mending
6:44 album only
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9. No More Blue Skies
3:02 album only
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10. Wild Things
7:23 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Internationally acclaimed saxophonist and educator Bunky Green says saxophonist/composer Alex LoRe “…will emerge to become one of the leading voices on the international jazz scene.” With a strong upbringing in classical music, LoRe’s playing and compositions are influenced by a variety genres, ranging from European classical music through today’s most influential artists on both the jazz and popular music scenes. LoRe’s quartet features some of the most in demand musicians of his generation- pianist Glenn Zaleski, bassist Desmond White, and drummer Colin Stranahan. LoRe's debut album on Greg Osby's Inner Circle Music, "Dream House", has been praised by The New York Times, All About Jazz, and Jazz Wise Magazine(UK), among others. Whether performing original compositions or exploring standards of the American Song Book, the quartet always takes a fearless yet fluid approach to the material at hand.

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