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Euphrates, Me Jane

by Bipolar

Straight-ahead jazz originals and jazz-influenced arrangements of classical works.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Bipolar
4:33 album only
2. Killer Beau (Soir)
5:07 album only
3. 9-13
4:20 album only
4. Opus 130 (Presto)
4:54 album only
5. Closed (Due to Fire)
8:14 album only
6. Passepied From Suite Bergamasque
3:55 album only
7. Bach Prelude (Wtc Book 1-24)
2:07 album only
8. I'm a Fool to Want You
7:23 album only
9. Pavane
6:13 album only
10. I Told You So
5:55 album only
11. Just the Two of Us
4:33 album only
12. Brahms 3rd (Poco Allegretto)
5:56 album only
13. And I Love Her
4:25 album only
14. Euphrates, Me Jane
2:49 album only


Album Notes
With Jed Feuer on trumpet + flügelhorn, Stephanie Long on saxophones, flute + piccolo, Craig Swanson at the piano, David Ostrem on double bass, and James Windsor-Wells on drums, Bipolar is paving new roads into jazz repertoires and performance possibilities. Relying on strongly tailored arrangements of tunes as wide-ranging as Bach's B minor Prelude to Debussy's Passepied to Joe Henderson’s Serenity, as well as captivating originals by Feuer and Swanson, Bipolar draws from the most unusual and eclectic pool of source material to be used by a jazz quintet.



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Al Chesser

Euphrates, Me Jane
We are torn. I say this is one of the best easy-listening-at-bedtime jazz albums ever produced, but my bride claims it is the best background-jazz-for-in-th-car CDs she's ever had. Bedtime ... Driving ... Bedtime ... Driving. Oh my. Let's just say we both love it and will be the first in line for the next Bipolar offering. I would go to bed now and listen to "Euphrates, Me Jane", but my wife is out somewhere in the car. AMC