Laura Dreyer | Free Flying Bird

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Free Flying Bird

by Laura Dreyer

Contemporary jazz, displayed in an enticing array of idioms, including samba, bossa nova, Latin jazz, rock, funk and more
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Free Flying Bird
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2. The Ouzo Bossa Nova
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3. The Scarab
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4. Paixão Louca
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5. Palhaço
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6. Rivers
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7. Protaras
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8. Convergence
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9. Beijo do Sol
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Laura Dreyer's new release "Free Flying Bird" features contemporary jazz, displayed in an enticing array of idioms, including samba, bossa nova, Latin jazz, rock, funk and more. The album showcases Laura on saxophones and flutes, as well as her original compositions and arrangements. She is supported by a talented and versatile group of musicians, including pianist Kerry Politzer, drummer George Colligan, and Itaiguara on bass and acoustic guitar. Together with guitarist Jane Getter, percussionist Carlos Darci, and a wonderful string quartet, they weave their way through the pieces with strength, energy, and passion, creating a synthesis of jazz solos as seen through many different lenses. "Free Flying Bird" contains an additional bonus track that also spotlight's Itaiguara's bass work, along with acclaimed Brazilian drummer Portinho, pianist Klaus Mueller, and trombonist Noah Bless.

Laura Dreyer - alto, soprano saxophones, flute, alto flute
Kerry Politzer - piano
Itaiguara - bass, acoustic guitar
George Colligan - drums
Jane Getter - acoustic and electric guitar
Carlos Darci - percussion
Zoran Jakovcic - violin, viola
Brian Snow - cello
Klaus Mueller - keyboards
Portinho - drums
Noah Bless - trombone

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