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by Josh Rosen & Stan Strickland

Tight knit creative contemporary acoustic jazz. Warm and funny, exuberant, expressive original compositions and fresh improvisations. Superb ensemble work. Music for the mind and the emotions.
Genre: Jazz: Chamber Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Seasons
Josh Rosen & Stan Strickland
6:44 album only
2. Tricycle for Punky
Josh Rosen & Stan Strickland
7:20 album only
3. Third Way
Josh Rosen & Stan Strickland
8:37 album only
4. Resurgence
Josh Rosen & Stan Strickland
7:30 album only
5. Waltz Eleven
Josh Rosen & Stan Strickland
7:03 album only
6. You Never Give Me Your Money
Josh Rosen & Stan Strickland
6:50 album only
7. Hawthorn
Josh Rosen & Stan Strickland
8:38 album only
8. Echo Park
Josh Rosen & Stan Strickland
7:28 album only
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Album Notes
Josh Rosen, piano, keyboards
Stan Strickland, saxes, flutes, bass clarinet, voice
Bruno Råberg, bass
Dave Fox, drums

All compositions by Josh Rosen except You Never Give Me Your Money, by Lennon/McCartney (arranged by Josh Rosen)
and Hawthorn, which is a group improvisation.

Notes on the tunes:
Seasons, joy amid the change of time.
TriCycle For Punky is for my rhythmic son Jacob, always on the go, shifting directions, never losing a beat.
Third Way is constructed with musical thirds.
Resurgence, yes, coming back to the adventure of life.
Waltz Eleven, a waltz in an eleven beat pattern, but then it messes around a bit.
You Never Give Me Your Money, the Beatles impacted all music.
Hawthorn, the breath, the moment, another movement of the Be Here Now Suite.
Echo Park is for Los Angeles, the sunshine and the uplifting creative mix of its people.
-Josh Rosen

Produced by Josh Rosen and Stan Strickland
Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by Peter Kontrimas at PBS, Westwood, Massachusetts
CD design by Gerard Babakian
Cover art from a painting/collage by Renee Rosen



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