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There Are No Accidents

by Michael Dimin and the Big Droppins Ensemble

lyrical and innovative jazz with hints of ECM, funk and Latin from the acclaimed bassist Michael Dimin and The Big Droppins Ensemble
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. There Are No Accidents
6:11 $0.99
2. The Literal Mind
5:14 $0.99
3. Moving Forward
8:13 $0.99
4. Too Hot, Way Too Hot
8:37 $0.99
5. Little Sister
5:42 $0.99
6. Forgotten Paths
7:34 $0.99
7. There Are No Accidents - solo bass
4:23 $0.99
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Album Notes
"There Are No Accidents" is the second release from innovative bassist Michael Dimin and his band, The Big Droppins Ensemble. With the critical acclaim of his first recording, "Big Droppins", Mike Dimin has brought together a world-class ensemble of Mark Dziuba on Guitar, Rob Lindquist on Piano, Eric Walentowicz on Sax and the amazing "uduboy", Brian Melick on Percussion.

From funk to world music, the Big Droppins Ensemble creates music that is wonderfully lyrical and totally accessible. "There Are No Accidents" is a testament to the fact that music can be complex and thoughtful while always remaining lyrical and accessible.

"I am diggin the CD very much. The case is out in the car so I can't refer to track titles. I have listened to the CD around 25 times so far. It's my primary commuting music at the moment. Nice variety of instruments on the recording: Bass, guitar, sax, piano/organ, and drums. The way melodies are passed from instrument to instrument is so cool. The bass grooves, then steps out front for 32 bars (when I was counting). I love the tone of your bass Mike! I also love the stuff your guitarist is doing, he's a monster musician!

IMO, the CD has an overall relaxed feel to it. It creates a nice atmosphere (great for the commute). It keeps my attention. It's hard for me to say that about some music I hear. Your CD begs to be listened to. This CD isn't for people that want to hear a bassist tear off strings with his thumb. This CD is about the music".- Joe Quadar



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