Elissa Goodrich | Between Footsteps

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Between Footsteps

by Elissa Goodrich

Percussively driven "exquisite, ear-opening" music featuring 3 standout Australian contemporary jazz, world and contemporary classical musicians
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Running Man (feat. Daniel Farrugia)
4:14 $1.27
2. Theatre of Stars (feat. Elliott Folvig & Daniel Farrugia)
3:26 $1.27
3. Rust and Endless Windows (feat. Elliott Folvig)
4:23 $1.27
4. Dreamweave Waves (feat. Daniel Farrugia)
3:20 $1.27
5. Dance of the Little Donkey (feat. Elliott Folvig)
3:44 $1.27
6. Spheres and Planets (feat. Elliott Folvig & Daniel Farrugia)
3:37 $1.27
7. Dreamweaves (feat. Elliott Folvig)
4:49 $1.27
8. Stars (feat. Daniel Farrugia)
3:07 $1.27
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Between Footsteps, with compositions by Elissa Goodrich, is inspired by 6 sculptures in Heide Museum of Modern Art's sculpture park. The album features members of Elissa's contemporary jazz / world outfit States of Play, the excellent Melbourne-based artists; Elliott Folvig - electric guitar, Elissa Goodrich - vibes and marimba, and Daniel Farrugia - drums, in highly original music that travels across emotional landscapes and bends traditional genres.


Live studio recording at ABC Melbourne, Australia - Sound Engineer Russell Thomson
Sculpture park recordings - Elissa Goodrich
Mastered by Adam Dempsey

All compositions by Elissa Goodrich.

Quotes from reviews of Elissa's music:

Exquisite calm, torn by spiritual longing. … an ear-opening testimony ...in an exciting new format.’ John Jenkins, The Australian

For Bach Conversations CD
This is just lovely, I think Bach would approve, Julia Lester, ABC Classic Drive, ABC FM 22/12/2013

Top 5 local releases for 2013: Caught my ear, unusual, unique, very intriguing, Owen McKern Impressions for local Jazz PBSFM

A perfect fit, elegant…spacious...bright Doug Spencer, The Weekend Planet, ABC RN

The marimba gracefully handles the harmonic and melodic nuance of Bach’s famous piece, Robbie Buck, The Inside Sleeve, ABC RN

A fascinating album, a lovely release Perry Holt, In the Quiet, PBS FM

For States of Play - CD

(Four Stars) THIS debut album is jazz-influenced music inspired by Spanish forms…the tunes… stand on their own merit. … strong forceful jazz-impacted and at the opposite end of the rhythmic spectrum, floating languidly. - John McBeath - the Australian,

The gorgeous album States of Play, perfect for after dark Julia Lester, ABC Classic Drive,

Elissa wields her mallets… on this robust, lively and decidedly Hispanic…same quartet but very different mood …spacious and true ‘Medley feature’ on Doug Spencer’s Weekend Planet, ABC RN

“The beautiful sounds of vibraphone player Elissa Goodrich” Robbie Buck, the Inside Sleeve, ABC RN,

For Worlds Within Worlds CD– Shannon-Goodrich Ensemble:
‘Beautiful music…their music draws you in closer and closer’ Julia Lester, ABC Classic Drive,

For Dusk to Dawn D-Evolving live installation:
“The compositions were highly structured, poetic and musical...a poetic, moving and provocative narrative to be immersed in for 30 minutes. I felt grateful to have been a part of it – and to the artists who not only were incredibly professional – but who had gone to great lengths to produce such a considered, intelligent and affective installation / performance piece, for a live audience.” Megan Spencer – Critical review for Punctum Inc.

For Elissa Goodrich’s music score for theatre work Café Scheherazade (dir. B Popov):
‘The spine-tingling music by Elissa Goodrich was a highlight of the play,’ Emma Kathryn, Theatre People Review



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