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Patrick Lester-Rourke | Identity

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by Patrick Lester-Rourke

A Jazz-Fusion album exploring World, Folk, Popular and Contemporary Classical Musics within a Jazz context.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Mechanisms...
0:38 album only
2. Anka
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3. Sooryoday
11:30 album only
4. ...By Which...
1:18 album only
5. Druska Moma
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6. River Suir
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7. ...To Encourage...
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8. Get Movin'
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9. Tear It Down
6:59 album only
10. ...A Cultural Clash
9:41 album only
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Album Notes
The idea for IDENTITY was sparked when I first listened to the famous Jazz-Fusion album ‘Bitches Brew’. Its unique combination of
Miles Davis’ musical interests (at the time) make it a fascinating re-imagining of his musical identity. ‘Bitches Brew’ made me realise
the possibilities presented in Fusion and Aleatoric music, leading me to compose this album.

With IDENTITY I chose to reconcile my love of World, Rock, Jazz, Folk and Contemporary Classical music into a single entity. The
result is a distillation of all the influences I have garnered throughout my life. And for the first time, I can say that the music on this album is truly representative of me.

The creation of IDENTITY has been a journey of self-discovery and a labor of love. I sincerely hope you enjoy listening to IDENTITY as much as I enjoyed making it.

With Love,
Patrick Lester-Rourke



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