Pacific Orchestra | Live 2013, Vol. 1

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Live 2013, Vol. 1

by Pacific Orchestra

These live recordings of Pacific Orchestra from their fiery 2013 concert at the Exit 0 International Jazz Festival present a contemporary retrospective of their unique Caribbean rock reggae jazz fusion originated in Key West and honed in New York City.
Genre: Reggae: Reggae rock
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1. Black Star Line
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2. Rakatoomee
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3. Open Boat
5:12 $0.99
4. Silver and Gold
5:54 $0.99
5. Urge to Merge
4:25 $0.99
6. Too Cold / Rubber Duckee
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7. Cosmo Girl
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8. Out of Touch
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9. Rise Up
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Album Notes
In November of 2013, Pacific Orchestra convened in Cape May, NJ to perform at the Exit 0 International Jazz Festival. These live recordings from that event capture the band blasting through their original rock reggae jazz flavored repertoire to the delight of frenzied fans, many who had followed the band through the years as they migrated from Key West to New York City. Players came from around the country to add their unique talents. Richie Ciavolino (drums) flew up from Key West, Steve Face Fuchs (bass, vocals) was holed up in his Faceland Studio outside of Atlantic City, John Gladstone (flute, sax, keyboards, vocal) took the ferry across the Delaware Bay from the DC/Baltimore metroplex, Joe Grassi (lead guitar, vocals) returned home to the beach town of Cape May from Philadelphia, David Khan Johnson (vocals, guitar) wandered across the Midwest from Chicago, and Conga George Terzis (percussion) traveled from Boston on route to Katmandu. Once again the music caught fire and the audience responded in kind; singing, dancing and falling in love. Mike Richelle did the live sound at the concert and recorded the show. Face took the tapes into Faceland Studio and brought them to life. Rich with passion, full of flaws, charming, foul, unslick, and bejeweled with moments of brilliance these recordings are a living, breathing testament to the unique power of Pacific Orchestra.



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