Marc Smason | A Better World

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A Better World

by Marc Smason

Trombone/voice, trumpet, viola/violin and rhythm section play some unique compositions in different jazz genres.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Disappearing Act
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5:49 album only
2. Lyin' King
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6:24 album only
3. Chica Vuela a Casa
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7:23 album only
4. Joanne
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5:29 album only
5. Almost
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5:50 album only
6. Hugo & Fidel
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7:05 album only
7. Dad
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5:21 album only
8. Wellstone
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6:29 album only
9. Dug
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6:18 album only


Album Notes
Trombonist/vocalist/composer, Marc Smason learned, from his mother, to sing as a child in Texas and studied classical and jazz trombone in Seattle and Los Angeles with Stu Dempster, Julian Priester, Ken Cloud & Slide Hampton. Voice with Jay Clayton (jazz), Yo Jin Chong (Korean) & Ki Wasitodipuro (Javanese). After some time at New England Conseratory, he went to California Institute of the Arts for a B.F.A. A long-time member of International Federation of Musicians, Local 76-493.
Marc has taught private lessons and workshops throughout his career. He has performed around the world with such luminaries as Big Joe Turner, the Funk Brothers, Andy Statman, Perry Robinson, Sam Shepard, Julian Priester, Sonny Simmons, Hadley Caliman, Jeff Johnson, Caroline Kraabel, John Edwards, Eyvind Kang, Marc Graham, Baby Gramps and the Ivar's Clams. His playing encompasses many styles including jazz, latin, free improv, klezmer and R&B.



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