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Freedman

by Martin & Haynes

Simply gorgeous. This new release from the Barnyard Records imprint further demonstrates how bigger isn't necessarily better / Jean Martin - Suitcase, Justin Haynes - Ukulele
Genre: Jazz: Avant-Garde Jazz
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1. Naked In The River
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2. Sittin’ In A Puddle
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3. Zombies Love Dancin’ To This Number
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4. Bookends
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5. Clock Watchers
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6. So Cry
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7. Unnameable Dance
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8. My Technical Difficulties
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9. She’s Not My Girlfriend
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10. I’m Ok If Your Ok
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11. Seven
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12. October’s Bright Blue Abortion
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13. Trees Grew Out of Their Ears
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14. Where the Tulips Blow In My Imagination
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15. Pretty Ugly
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16. So Cry
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17. Love Boat of Love
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
When all is said and done, maybe what we really want from a record is to witness creativity. To be led into a room where musicians take on their instruments. If you lean in and hear breathing and rustling, if you notice that the instrument – even a little uke – is fighting back, it’s a good thing. These are signs of life. And if music gets prized from old pieces of wood and string before your eyes, it’s a prize to treasure.


All you’ll hear on this recording is a ukulele and a suitcase. But amazingly, paradoxically, that confining element is its liberation, and ours. Lovely, lyrical moments are everywhere. Time gets established in subtle ways, and subtly falls away. Geographies pass. We leave the streets for the dunes. Melodies expand and contract. If there was once a wall of sound, then this disc is a window. Open it and enjoy a new view.

Don Rooke/June 26, 2008

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