Dave Anderson | Melting Pot

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Melting Pot

by Dave Anderson

This saxophonist-led world-jazz ensemble provides a joyous musical response to the immigration climate, blending Latin American, Indian classical, and mainstream jazz sounds in a vibrant melting pot.
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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1. Immigrant Suite: Juror Number One
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2. Immigrant Suite: Querida
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3. Immigrant Suite: A Candle for Isaac
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4. Mantra
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5. Trance-Like
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Saxophonist and composer Dave Anderson's world-jazz ensemble intermixes straight-ahead and Afro-Latin jazz with Indian ragas and traditional Jewish influences, using musicians from different lands to weave disparate styles and experiences into a rich and seamless sonic tapestry.

In addition to Anderson, who plays alto and soprano saxophones on the album, Melting Pot includes Colombian-American drummer Memo Acevedo; Venezuelan-American percussionist Roberto Quintero; tabla artists Ehren Hanson and Deep Singh; sitarist and vocalist Neel Murgai; Austrian-American bassist Hans Glawischnig; Canadian pianist David Restivo; British trumpeter Bryan Davis; and Israeli flutist Itai Kriss. The unit revels in the creative opportunities to find common ground through musical expression.

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