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2nd Guess

by Shane Endsley

Live Beats, New Forms. First album by trumpeter/drummer Shane Endsley. Shane has had the privilege of playing and recording with many jazz greats, including David Murray, Art Lande and Ravi Coltrane. He has toured extensively throughout the United State
Genre: Jazz: Acid Jazz
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1. Jim White
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2. Song 4
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3. Snake Pit
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4. Kaveh
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5. 2nd Guess
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6. Veiled Heart
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7. Dum Dee Dum Dum Dee
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8. Go Ahead
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9. Three of Us
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10. The Slip
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11. Blue Sox
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A Denver native, Shane is a graduate of the Eastman School Of Music where he studied trumpet, drums/percussion and composition. Shane has had the privilege of playing and recording with a variety of artists, including David Murray, Art Lande (Book of Bhu), Ralph Alessi(Hissy Fit, Vice & Virtue), and Ravi Coltrane. He has toured extensively throughout the United States, Africa, Japan, and Europe with artists such as Ani DiFranco (Revelling & Reckoning) and Steve Coleman (Genesis and The Opening of the Way, Sonic Language of Myth, Ascension into Light).



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If you like intelligent, virtuosly played jazzrock from nowadays, you surely dig Shane Endsley's crew! The music contains fantastic riffs and burning, well-constructed soloing, mostly from the leader who thankfully never sounds like a Miles Davis-clone and varies the sound of his funky trumpet by playing it electrically amplified and acoustically, sometimes by overdubbing. The CD is 71 minutes full of fantastic musicianship, there is not one middle-class member in this band. I can't but beeing enthusiastic about the high quality of the music and the sound (in fact, after hearing this, ask yourself, why does the world need new CD formats like DVD or SACD?)

Jameson Watts

Makes my ears feel nice.
Very good music. My cat hates it. My truck loves it. Don't listen to this album if you are a wanker... wankers won't like this cd.