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Living Standards

by Karl Latham

Karl Latham's latest release, Living Standards features Grammy winning bassist Mark Egan and guitar virtuoso Vic Juris performing iconic pop standards from the '60s and '70s.on an adventurous jam band/jazz journey.
Genre: Jazz: Crossover Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Day Tripper
3:40 $0.99
2. Low Rider
5:37 $0.99
3. Cinnamon Girl
5:28 $0.99
4. Tax Man
5:41 $0.99
5. Us and Them
6:11 $0.99
6. It's Your Thing
4:52 $0.99
7. White Rabbit
4:54 $0.99
8. Tomorrow Never Knows
8:53 $0.99
9. Had to Cry Today
6:09 $0.99
10. Riders on the Storm
7:17 $0.99
11. White Room
4:20 $0.99
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Album Notes
Karl Latham's latest release, Living Standards features bassist
Mark Egan and guitarist Vic Juris performing iconic pop standards from
the '60s and '70s. The trio, led by world renown drummer Latham, takes
you on an adventurous jam band/jazz journey, exploring smash pop, rock
and soul hits that have become modern standards, overlaping generations
of listeners.

Karl's latest trio follows the critically acclaimed Egan/Latham/Hart Unit1
and Latham/Carniaux/Egan Constellations. With the inclusion of virtuosic
guitarist Vic Juris, Living Standards clearly draws from the interpretive
spirit of Unit1 and Constellations providing a rhythmic and harmonic adventure
in a vehicle of iconic pop standards.

Featured tracks include The Beatles “Day Tripper”, “Tax Man” and
“Tomorrow Never Knows”, Neil Young's “Cinnamon Girl”, stirring ballads
“White Rabbit” and “Us and Them” and extended improvisations on the
Doors “Riders on the Storm”, and the War classic “Low Rider”.
Karl Latham (Drums);
Mark Egan (Bass);
Vic Juris (Guitar)
1 Day Tripper 3:40
2 Low Rider 5:35
3 Cinnamon Girl 5:26
Arrangement Mark Egan
4 Tax Man 5:39
5 Us and Them 6:09
6 It's Your Thing 4:50
7 White Rabbit 4:51
8 Tomorrow Never Knows 8:50
9 Had to Cry Today 6:09
10 Riders on the Storm 7:15
11 White Room 4:19

Karl Latham- Internationally recognized in a variety of musical styles with
artists including Andy Snitzer; John Lee Quartet; Bernie Worrell; The
Fantasy Band; The Dizzy Gillespie All-Stars; Johnny Winter; Johannes
Mossinger; Ali Ryerson and Don Braden/Karl Latham Big Funk. Karl is listed
in the DrummerWorld "Top 500" Drummers.

Mark Egan - Grammy winning bassist, is known for his work with David
Sanborn, the Pat Metheny Group, Stan Getz, Jim Hall, the Gil Evans
Orchestra, Elements and John McLaughlin.

Vic Juris - Virtuoso guitarist is well know for his duo work with Larry
Coryell and Biréli Lagrène, as well as his group appearances with Gary
Peacock and the Dave Liebman Group.

The Best Jazz of 2013/2015
The results of the 35th/37th Annual Jazz Station Polls conducted by
jazz journalist, jazz historian & jazz educator Arnaldo DeSouteiro
2013 Drums: #7 Karl Latham
2015 Drums: #5 Karl Latham
2013 Electric Bass: #1 Mark Egan
2015 Electric Bass: #1 Mark Egan
2015 Electric Guitar: #1 Vic Juris

Karl Latham is an inventive powerhouse whose influences are many but
whose ideas are his own. - Jeff Tamarkin Allmusic.com

Latham/Carniaux/Egan Constellations is part of the new jazz movement that is shaping how we
listen and evolve our music sensibilities in the 21st century and beyond. - The Spill Magazine

Jazz drummer Latham, inspired by Bjork’s 2007 side Volta, brilliantly reinterprets the Nordic
chanteuse’s sound, style, and sensibility. - Bass Player Magazine

Latham is an unshakable catalyst.” - JazzTimes Magazine

Produced by Karl Latham Dropzone Jazz Records



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