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Don't Move

by Don't Move

A once in a lifetime dark and angular approach to what was, what is, and what shall be...all at once. Mostly.
Genre: Jazz: Weird Jazz
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1. Gusset
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2. Bad Wolf
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3. Dispossessed
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4. The War Is Over
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5. This Man, This Island
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6. Instant Classic
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7. Bone in Pocket
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8. So Much Less Than the Best of Humanity
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Seattle-based piano trio, Don’t Move, creates mosaic after mosaic of sound. Together, the group splatters sonic colors against rippling rhythmic canvases; they overlay uniquely shaped melodies and flashes of bursting energy to form a one-of-a-kind puzzle of song that hangs framed in your mind above the mantle.

Comprised of the delightfully narrative pianist, Eric 'Bob' Warren Ainley, the dramatic and stalwart bassist, Ray Clemens, and locomotive drummer, Jeff DeRoshia, the trio, which first formed in 2014, darts one way and then quickly the next. Their music spools out in both direct and improvised ways, showcasing a love for thoughtful, angular compositions.

The band, which has played prominent Seattle festivals like Hempfest and venues like the Sea Monster Lounge and the Jewel Box Theater, also held regular residencies at popular watering holes like Vito’s and Brass Tacks. With each performance, the band debates in music the merits of recklessness against the need for control. And in your mind, they live on.

Album artwork by Sarah Elsa

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