Jeff Coffin | Next Time Yellow

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Next Time Yellow

by Jeff Coffin

“Next Time Yellow” is the twelfth album by Dave Matthews Band saxophonist, educator, author, 3x Grammy Winner (w/Bela Fleck and the Flecktones) and Vanderbilt University faculty member Jeff Coffin.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Clementine
7:41 album only
2. Zarakov's Dilemma
8:13 album only
3. Hiding Behind
3:55 album only
4. In Motion
6:34 album only
5. Next Time Yellow
6:57 album only
6. Racer X
5:39 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
the players:
Jeff Coffin - soprano, tenor sax, flute, clarinet, bass clarinet, whistles
Jennifer Hartswick - trumpet
Barry Green - trombone
Matt Wigton - acoustic bass, arco bass
Chris Walters - wurlitzer electric piano
James DaSilva - guitar
Lindsey Miller - guitar
Tim Reynolds - guitar
Keith Carlock - drums
Joshua Hunt - drums

Heritage O.P.
Ron McBee - percussion
Kevin Nathaniel - percussion
Hasan Bakr - percussion
Victor Y. See Yuen - percussion

This is Jeff’s first full length group recording produced in his home studio, ITA Studios. “Next Time Yellow” is the product of many jam sessions in the studio, with much of the tracking and recording accomplished in just one day. With the exception of Tim Reynolds (Dave Matthews Band guitarist) and the NYC based percussion ensemble, Heritage OP, all of the players featured on the record live in Nashville, TN and the album serves as a showcase of the city’s thriving improvisation scene.



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