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LaMacchia-Myrner-Feiszli | Our Song

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Our Song

by LaMacchia-Myrner-Feiszli

Each of the eleven songs takes shape from spirited group interaction and contoured dynamics that together, reward us with incandescent insight and reflection into our own passage.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Bella
Michael LaMacchia
7:04 album only
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2. Ruby Blue
Michael LaMacchia
5:48 album only
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3. Aragon
Michael LaMacchia
8:14 album only
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4. Our Song
Michael LaMacchia
8:33 album only
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5. Roth
Michael LaMacchia
4:06 album only
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6. FreeO
Michael LaMacchia
5:11 album only
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7. November 3rd
Michael LaMacchia
5:13 album only
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8. From the Edge of the World
Michael LaMacchia
8:01 album only
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9. Quirk
Michael LaMacchia
8:15 album only
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10. The Moon's Dark Serenade
Michael LaMacchia
7:31 album only
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11. Exit
Michael LaMacchia
3:02 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Michael LaMacchia’s adventurous new trio recording is an alluring arc of luminous songwriting and deeply centered conversations that capture our attention and invite us to participate. “Our Song” sonically narrates a very personal journey that shimmers with a blend of pastoral memories, mysterious storytelling and vulnerable confessions. Each of the eleven songs takes shape from spirited group interaction and contoured dynamics that together, reward us with incandescent insight and reflection into our own passage.

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