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On the Horizon

by Kim Pensyl

I grew up at a time when some of the greatest pop music every recorded was the music of the day. For this recording I wanted to document some of those favorite composers and musicians who really inspire me.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Blackbird
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2. My Cherie Amour
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3. Morning
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4. Fire and Rain
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5. Speak Low
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6. Overjoyed
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7. And I Love Her
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8. What Is This Thing Called Love?
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9. Moon and Sand
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10. In Your Own Sweet Way
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11. Infant Eyes
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12. Maiden Voyage
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Personnel:
Kim Pensyl – Steinway Piano, Keyboards, Trumpet
Andy Woodson - Bass
Tony McClung – Drums
Jim Ed Cobbs - Percussion
Josh Hill – Electric Guitars
Kevin Turner - Acoustic Guitars
Randy Mather – Tenor Sax
Rick VanMatre – Soprano Sax, Wood Flute

Credits:
Executive Producer: John Paton for Penton Music Productions, LLC
Produced by Kim Pensyl
Music Arranged by Kim Pensyl

Recording Engineered and Edited by Kim Pensyl
CCM Jazz Department Recording Studios, Cincinnati, Ohio
University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music
Mixed and Mastered by Joe Viers
Sonic Lounge Studios, Grove City, Ohio

Thanks:
Special thanks to the musicians: Andy, Tony, Jim Ed, Josh, Kevin, Randy, and Rick for your great work.
Thanks to John Paton for all of your guidance and support.
Thanks to my family: Linda, Katie, and William – you give everything a reason.
Thanks to Darren and Cliff at The Polaris Grill in Columbus, Ohio for our continued partnership with the Sunday Brunch. This recording is an excellent representation of what we do live every Sunday. If you are in Columbus, please come visit us. For information go to: www.polarisgrill.com. I hope to see you there.
Thanks to all of the talented musicians I have the opportunity to perform with on a regular basis in addition to my trio, including the Blue Wisp Big Band, Pat Kelly’s Psycho Acoustic Orchestra, and the Carmon Deleone’s New Studio Big Band.
Thanks to the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati and all of my musical colleagues.

Kim Pensyl

Contact Information:
www.kimpensyl.com
www.ccm.uc.edu/jazz
kim.pensyl@gmail.com
Penton Music Productions, LLC

Pensyl Notes:
I grew up at a time when some of the greatest pop music every recorded was the music of the day. I also grew up when jazz music was reaching new heights by incorporating the tradition while stretching those boundaries. Perhaps jazz has always done that. It is one thing to look back at the history of jazz and realize jazz has always pushed the limits, but it is another to grow up in an environment where the talents of people like Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter pushed music compositionally and performance-wise to another level. For this recording I wanted to document some of my favorite composers and musicians that really inspires me. This music covers a vast array of artists and a wide range of music history. It has one theme in common and that is that it is all great music.
Kim Pensyl

Track Listing:
1. Blackbird (5:55) (Lennon and McCartney) Sony, ATV Music Publishing
2. My Cherie Amour (6:18) (Stevie Wonder) Jobete Music Co.
3. Morning (5:03) (Clare Fischer) Advanced Music Publishing
4. Fire and Rain (5:41) (James Taylor) EMI Blackwood Music
5. Speak Low (7:23) (Kurt Weil) Hampshire House Publishing
6. Overjoyed (3:50) (Stevie Wonder) Jobete Music Co.
7. And I Love Her (4:13) (Lennon and McCartney) Sony, ATV Music Publishing
8. What Is This Thing Called Love (7:10) (Cole Porter) Warner Bros. Inc.
9. Moon and Sand (5:55) (Alec Wilder) Ludlow Music Inc.
10. In Your Own Sweet Way (8:07) (Dave Brubeck) Derry Music Co.
11. Infant Eyes (6:40) (Wayne Shorter) Miyako Music
12. Maiden Voyage (10:07) (Herbie Hancock) Hancock Music Publishing



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