Eric Wollman Trio | Mood Euthymic

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Mood Euthymic

by Eric Wollman Trio

Eric Wollman is a master guitar player and composer of jazz and jazz-fusion.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I Hear a Rhapsody
4:39 album only
2. Isotope
4:25 album only
3. Yesterdays
5:40 album only
4. Emily's Song
4:16 album only
5. Lunch Out
5:03 album only
6. I Should Care
3:53 album only
7. Ellenwood Place
5:01 album only
8. No Greater Love
6:04 album only
9. Mood Euthymic
5:08 album only


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Eric Wollman
Guitarist and Composer

Eric Wollman is a master guitar player and composer of jazz and jazz-fusion. He has toured extensively with Mike Clark and performed with some of the most prominent names those genres including John Handy, Rufus Reid, Jim McNeely, Ron McClure, Kenwood Dennard, Delmar Brown, Adam Holzman and Zack Danziger.

Mr. Wollman's original jazz-fusion band (Jim Donica on bass, Gary Weiss on drums) has performed and headlined at New York and Los Angeles clubs and was featured at the Elkart, Indiana Jazz Festival. Mr. Wollman was a featured headliner in Crystal Cruises Jazz Series where he performed with his jazz trio (Jim Donica on bass, Peter Grant on drums). Most recently, he toured with drummer Mike Clark and bassist Eric Udel.

"Calling on traditional and modern jazz influences, Mood Euthymic is an exploration of freedom within form. Through an organic synthesis of the two, I sought to achieve the maximum amount of creative expression. I hope that you, the listener, will enjoy the journey as much as we have."

- Eric Wollman



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