Paul Dietrich Quintet | We Always Get There

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We Always Get There

by Paul Dietrich Quintet

The debut album from the Chicago-based quintet features exciting, contemporary original jazz with a wide variety of influences including progressive rock, contemporary classical music, modern jazz and more.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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2. House On Willard
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3. 12:48
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4. Currents
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5. Constructs
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6. Unravel
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7. Impulse (Interlude)
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8. Thought
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Paul Dietrich is a Chicago-based trumpet player, composer, arranger, and educator. Constantly absorbing music from a wide range of influences, Paul creates music that synthesizes the sounds of classic and modern jazz, Western classical music, folk, progressive rock and other diverse genres.

In early 2012 Paul formed the Paul Dietrich Quintet as a vehicle for his small group writing. The immensely talented lineup features Dustin Laurenzi on tenor saxophone, Paul Bedal on piano, Tim Ipsen on bass and Andrew Green on drums. Paul's style of modern jazz focuses on long-form writing akin to many of his major influences such as Robert Glasper, Maria Schneider, Darcy James Argue, Terence Blanchard, and Brad Mehldau.

"We Always Get There" is the culmination of that quintet's first years of existence. Featuring eight of Paul's originals and one re-interpretation of a Björk song, the album shows a wide range of Paul's compositional ideas.



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