The Karl Walters Jr Trio | Can We Go Back Where We Began?

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Can We Go Back Where We Began?

by The Karl Walters Jr Trio

The music of this unique ensemble hearkens back to the touching, grassroots honesty of the Jazz tradition, while peering into the future with childlike, questioning eyes.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Fluxura
5:21 album only
2. Someday I'll Travel
8:15 album only
3. Believe
2:02 album only
4. Cait's Park - Urisaglo
7:55 album only
5. Precipice of a Moment
6:01 album only
6. Eternal Wait for What's Next
0:45 album only
7. Forget About
2:45 album only
8. Wait Till You See
2:55 album only
9. Thoughts On the End of Winter
9:30 album only


Album Notes
"Can We Go Back Where We Began?" If so, could we keep all that we've learned in getting here? Would our new knowledge rebirth our old places? Or would we walk the same paths, take the same turns, and arrive again here?And if we could reach a new place from our old beginnings, would our present place become "where we began"? Upon arriving at this new place, would we only desire to return here, to where we began?
released 23 October 2008
Matt Ferry (Drums)
Westbrook Johnson (Trombone/Pedals)
Keegan Schelling (Bass/Pedals)

Engineered and mixed by Zach McNees
Recorded at The Buddy Project 8/23-8/24
Mastered by Ricardo Gutierrez for Grandmasters NYC
Design by
Karl Walters Jr caricature by Jesse Bartlett-Webber



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