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Migrant Workers

by Migrant Workers

With a powerful sax/flute frontline, and one of the most swinging rhythm sections on the scene, the sound is modern New York jazz, with an international twist
Genre: Jazz: Hard Bop
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1. Two Summers
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2. 28
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3. Gits
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4. Cold Heat
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5. Para Ezequiel
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6. Jack's Leg
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7. Stepping Into Light
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8. Not Here for a Haircut
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9. Winter Solstice
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10. Blues for Tsofi
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Album Notes
Itai Kriss: Flute
Nick Hempton: Saxophones
Jack Glottman: Piano
Tal Ronen: Bass
Dan Aran: Drums

Recorded at Acoustic Recording, Brooklyn NY, March 6, 2013.
Recording Engineer: Michael Brorby.
Mixed and mastered: Andrew Swift
Photography by: Evan Felts
Design by: Koko Ntuen
© 2013 Migrant Workers.

In the Spring of 2013, five New Yorkers took to the microphones at Acoustic Records in Brooklyn, and laid down ten original tunes for what would become the debut album of an exciting new band. With a powerful sax/flute frontline, and one of the most swinging rhythm sections in jazz today, the sound is modern New York jazz, but with an international twist. Drummer Dan Aran, flautist Itai Kriss, pianist Jack Glottman, bassist Tal Ronen, and saxophonist Nick Hempton all arrived in New York City in the early 2000s, bringing with them a deep understanding of the music of their homelands- Israel and Australia- along with a love of swinging American Jazz. After 10 years working with each other, gaining experience as bandleaders and sidemen, it seemed natural to pool their resources and form a new collective. The band, and the album: Migrant Workers.



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