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Erik Lamberth Jazz Quartet | Opportunity

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Opportunity

by Erik Lamberth Jazz Quartet

A variety of classic jazz styles that just sounds good!
Genre: Jazz: Jazz quartet
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1. Light Sea
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2. So What
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3. West Coast Blues
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4. Vincenzo's Jam
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5. The Party
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6. In a Latin Mood
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7. The Crossing
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8. Sarah's Song
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9. The Walk
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10. Srv Jazz
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11. Jb's Blues
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12. In the Mood
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13. Straight Ahead
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14. Double Time
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The concept for this album originally came from producer Cyrus Rhodes. When he heard Erik’s last CD, Three Guitars, he had the idea for a full length jazz album featuring excellent musicians. Now, just about a year later, that vision is a reality with Opportunity. Fourteen songs, three covers, and all very, very different, this CD features the excellent musicianship of Thomas Wyatt on Drums, Vince Ryan on Piano, and Leif Dunn on Bass. I also want to thank Tom, Leif, and especially Vince for their original work on the album. They composed all their own solos, and the results are stellar! From the inception on the west coast, to recording and mastering on the east coat, this album spans many different Jazz genres..

In a world where many albums are often bits and pieces of many different performances or “takes” spliced together, I am proud to say that this album is very live. Every single performance on this album was recorded only a few times, with the majority of the tracks done in a single take. Although the performances are not made from the perfection that can be created in a studio with dozens of takes per part, they are very real and what we really sound like. This integrity is integral to the album, and part of what makes our music ours.



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