Erik Friedlander | Topaz

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Topaz

by Erik Friedlander

Funky tight arrangements and fiery solos mark this debut recording inspired by The Headhunters and Earth, Wind & Fire.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Verdine
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2. November
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3. Shining
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4. Straw Dogs
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5. Topaz
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6. Three Desperate Men
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7. Tout de Suite
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8. Hat and Beard
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9. Something Sweet, Something Tender/Cienega
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10. Agon
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"Friedlander has quickly established himself as a potential innovator, playing with the ease and swing of a wind instrument player. Even more importantly, he has brought a cutting edge, imaginative sensibility to his music, refusing to be restricted by the blues and standards of much straight-ahead jazz." Don Heckman, The Los Angeles Times

The first CD I made with this fantastic quartet. It began a 10-year run of countless concerts and 4 CD's.

Erik Friedlander, cello; Andy Laster, saxophone; Stomu Takeishi, electric bass; Satoshi Takeishi, percussion.

Produced by Erik Friedlander
Recorded December 29-30, 1997 at Clinton Recording Studios, NYC.
Mixed January 15-22, 1998 at SIAM.
Recording Engineer: Jon Rosenberg
Mixing Engineer: Mike Landy
Mastering: Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound, New York City.
Executive Producer: Mike Landy
Art Direction and Design: Ikue Mori
Photography: Lee Friedlander

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