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Mike Werner's Inventory | Part 1: Deep Storage

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Part 1: Deep Storage

by Mike Werner's Inventory

Highly-organized jazz-like instrumentals.
Genre: Jazz: Progressive Jazz
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1. Sentient Music
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2. Flip Top Flap
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3. Spin Johnny Spin
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4. Red
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5. 1000 Peaches
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6. Lament
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7. Gravity
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8. A New Kind of Key
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Mike Werner (also known as Guy Wonder, one of the co-founders of classic jazz/classic rock mashup group Nutty) presents his new group, Inventory, and this "solo album" of 8 jazz-like compositions. The playing is pure and organic, featuring tightly organized arrangements for trumpet, 2 saxes, bass, drums, piano. One might describe the music as a hard-driving take on Henry Mancini, Nino Rota and classic jazz. Or call it Post Retro.

On this record, Werner raids his own back-catalog and re-realizes music he wrote for various dissimilar projects over the years. This must be why he calls the group Inventory, and this record "Deep Storage". All are instrumentals, except for one vocal provided by Nutty frontman Sonny Moon. Great So. Cal. players like Matt Johnson, Edmund Velasco, Mike Reznick, Dan Spector and Brian Buekelman perform on all tracks, with cameos by Nick Mancini, Carl Byron and others.

The album features a couple of covers: King Crimson's Red and jazz standard Lament.

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