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Flash Mob

by Anton Schwartz

"★★★★" – DownBeat. Intelligent & soulful jazz with attitude. Well-crafted, memorable compositions by Schwartz, with masterful playing by the quintet.
Genre: Jazz: Hard Bop
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1. Flash Mob
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2. Swamp Thang
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3. Cumulonimbus
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4. Pangur Ban
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5. Alleybird
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6. Spurious Causes
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7. La Mesha
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8. Epistrophy
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9. Glass Half Missing
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10. The Contender
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11. Dawn Song
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Album Notes
• Anton Schwartz (tenor sax & composer)
• Dominick Farinacci (trumpet) • Taylor Eigsti (piano)
• John Shifflett (bass) • Lorca Hart (drums)

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Produced by Anton Schwartz and Bud Spangler.
Recording and Mixing Engineer: Dan Feiszli.
Mastering engineer: Paul Stubblebine.

"Impressive and virtually impossible to resist"
– Jeff Simon, Buffalo News

"A superior tenor-saxophonist from Northern California, Anton Schwartz has his own sound and a fresh conception of forward-looking hard bop… Schwartz has created a CD worthy of the best of 1960s Blue Note… there are several songs on this set that deserve to become future standards."
– Scott Yanow, L.A. Jazz Scene

"Blazingly hot stuff throughout, Schwartz and company serve up some of the best ensemble playing around and make it sound way too easy. A winner throughout."
– Chris Spector, Midwest Record

"★★★★… Just about all of these songs have the kind of shapely themes you can imagine other players wanting to cover."
– Jon Garelick, DownBeat



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