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World Junk

by Cameron Siegal

A diverse cast of musicians is featured on World Junk, a synthesis of jazz and funk that is inspired by World music traditions. Violin, steel pan, pifano, “frog-pond Gamelan,” marimba, and other instruments explore a wide range of music.
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Do It (feat. Jorge Continentino, Mark Russell, Matt Wessner, Zach Bartholomew & Brandon Robertson)
6:59 album only
2. Warm Night, Blue Eyes (feat. Carlos Odria, Brandon Robertson, Jorge Continentino & Mark Russell)
7:28 album only
3. Amphibian Hymn (feat. Mia Gormandy, Jorge Continentino, Tyler Tolles, Eleanor LaClair, Brandon Robertson, Tyler Lee & Brett Gardner)
7:44 album only
4. Cajun Blue (feat. Mark Russell, Jorge Continentino & Brandon Robertson)
4:08 album only
5. African Village (feat. Jorge Continentino, Chris Rochester & Matt Wessner)
5:22 album only
6. Two Is One (feat. Brandon Robertson, Carlos Odria, Brendan Polk & Alex Mayweather)
9:13 album only
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Album Notes
World Junk, the debut recording from drummer, percussionist, and composer Cameron Siegal synthesizes world styles, jazz, and funk to create music that can only be categorized as Strong in Spirit. Cameron’s global musical inspirations are evident as the cast of musicians offers a lyrical and powerful, yet sensitive, rendition of a wide range of material.

Special thanks to all of the artists who contributed to the project. In addition to being phenomenal musicians, you are all great friends. This album is the result of two years of musical connections and relationships in Tallahassee, Florida.

Cameron Siegal- Drums and Percussion
Mark Russell- Violin
Jorge Continentino- Tenor Saxophone, Flute, Pifano, Percussion
Mia Gormandy- Steel Pan
Carlos Odria- Guitar
Brendan Polk- Piano
Zach Bartholomew- Piano
Brandon Robertson- Upright Bass, Percussion
Alex Mayweather- Upright Bass
Tyler Tolles, Eleanor LaClair- Marimba, Percussion
Tyler Lee, Brett Gardner- Amglocken, Crotales, Tin Cans, Canjo, Tibetan Prayer Bowl, Nipple Gong

Recorded, Mixed, and Mastered by Kris Kolp at Log Cabin Studio, Tallahassee, FL, in the summer of 2014.

Liner Notes
Do It- Composed by late South African jazz musician Chris McGregor, this energetic and buoyant interpretation pays homage to McGregor’s rollicking, dynamic band of the 1960s and 70s, the Brotherhood of Breath.

Warm Night, Blue Eyes- Musically, this tune is inspired by the Brazilian style baião, a style originating in the northeast of Brazil. Thematically, this song is inspired by, and dedicated to, the wonderful woman in my life, Jaclyn. The feeling and melody of the tune conjure memories of beautiful balmy nights on a beach with a loved one. Composed by Cameron

Amphibian Hymn- The world is headed to a state of irreversible environmental damage that will probably destroy mankind, unless we, as a species, can find a way to live in harmony with our planet. Written by Cameron, the Amphibian Hymn is an environmental anthem that we hope will draw attention to our pollution and destruction of the earth.

Cajun Blue- Penned by Australian violin master Mark Russell, this interpretation blends Cajun fire with the penetrating, haunting sound of the indigenous Brazilian flute, the pifano, played saxophonist, flautist, and percussionist Jorge Continentino.

African Village- This arrangement for three saxophones and drum set of the timeless McCoy Tyner tune utilizes West African rhythms to propel Tyner’s simple yet captivating melody. Arranged by Cameron

Two is One- When asked to comment on the distance between jazz and classical music, Thelonious Monk effectively ended the conversation by stating, “Two is One.” In the case of World Junk, many is one. Rather than making distinctions, we sought to make inclusions, and simply make music. Because, after all, we are the result of our inspirations and influences, which cannot be quantified but rather are expressed in the spirit of music. Composed by Cameron



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