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by Rachel Flowers

Eclectic music that defies categorization, influenced by Claude Debussy, Jaco Pastorius, Herbie Hancock, Miles Davis, Esperanza Spaulding, George Cables, and Taylor Eigsti.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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1. Greg's Favorite
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2. Dawn Points
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3. Run for Miles
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4. Memories of You
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5. Goes to Eleven
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6. Aloha, Pt. 1
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7. Aloha, Pt. 2
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8. Conversations
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Composer and multi-instrumentalist Rachel Flowers began her musical life at two years old when her mother showed her how to play Twinkle Twinkle Little Star on the family piano. Twenty years later, her life continues to be consumed by music.

Rachel gained her first notoriety for her YouTube interpretations of the music of Emerson, Lake and Palmer. While she still enjoys recreating progressive rock, jazz, and classical masterpieces, those influences all coalesce to create a sound that could only come from the heart, the soul, the fingers of one person - Rachel Flowers.

Absorbing every genre she has been exposed to, you will hear elements of classical, jazz, rock, r&b, fusion and more all giving light and life to the melodies that she creates, and the harmonies in which they live.

Enjoy this, as you Listen to Rachel's first CD of original music. Don't worry - it won't be her last.

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