Kevin Harris Project | Museum, Vol. 1

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Museum, Vol. 1

by Kevin Harris Project

Museum Vol. 1 is a personal collection of concepts in song form. Imagine a museum whose walls exhibit your most courageous dreams and your most challenging fears. Each song is an exhibition for you to experience and take with you.
Genre: Jazz: Afro-Cuban Jazz
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1. The Nile
12:55 $1.29
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2. Pinched Nerve
8:10 $1.29
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3. Prince of Darkness
7:58 $1.29
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4. You Are My Sunshine
7:20 $1.29
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5. The Dinosaur Suite
9:14 $1.29
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6. Bluegrass
4:44 $1.29
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7. B B B B
8:38 $1.29
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"New York-based pianist Kevin Harris (...) deals with themes of strength, love, courage and self-awareness. It’s a heavy task he’s set up for himself, and he meets the challenge gracefully." - DownBeat Magazine

"...the tight/loose elasticity, the tension between form and freedom that was the hallmark of so many Miles Davis sessions with Shorter and Herbie Hancock . . . calm and collected, but also loose and full of surprises."
— Jon Garelick, The Phoenix

" Kevin Harris has a very special talent. His writing is interesting and challenging, with a sense of originality and commitment to quality. I so enjoy listening to and playing with Kevin. Makes me know that jazz is alive, well and in good hands... AND that new music can be great, with solid respect for what has come before, while strongly forging ahead into the future. Very exciting! Thank you Kevin... "
— Terri Lyne Carrington, 2012 Grammy Award Winner

"...everyone plays with great purpose and inventiveness making the music come alive with ideas, melody and rhythm."
— Richard Kamins, Steptempest.blogspot

"Really solid set of straight-ahead tunes that evoke much of the grandiose bombast of Art Blakey’s Jazz Messengers of the sixties, while giving it a voice that resides firmly in the modern day."
— emusic

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