Ben Van Den Dungen Quartet | 2 Sessions

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2 Sessions

by Ben Van Den Dungen Quartet

Straight-Ahead, danceable and full of blues.
Genre: Jazz: Hard Bop
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1. Mating Call
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2. Hackensack
3:33 $0.99
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3. Two Sessions 2
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4. I Am a Little Bit Disappointed in Your Attitude so Far
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5. Stay on It
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6. The Legends Returns
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7. Two Sessions 1
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8. Situation on Easy Street
4:41 $0.99
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9. Prisoner of Love 2
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10. African Ascension: The Sun God of the Masai
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11. Prisoner of Love 1
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Line up:
Ben van den Dungen – Tenorsax & Sopranosax
Miguel Rodriquez – Piano
Marius Beets – Double bass
Gijs Dijkhuizen: Drums
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Liner notes
I am happy with this band. It is a combination of musical personality’s what is working perfectly for me and the music we want to play.
After a tour in Argentina we did the first session. There was not much time to prepare the recording but I didn’t mind. I felt that it was right no matter what I prepared. The previous recordings I had the feeling to direct it in a way. This one I just want to let it happen. All the tunes were new for us and after playing them through a couple times we recorded them.
The second session was after the Christmas break and we did it the same way as the first session. However there was a different mood. You can hear it clearly in the tune named Two Sessions. I liked them both so they are both on this record.
I hope you like this recording as much I did making it.

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