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@ Dreamland

by Ric Molina Group

Original, eclectic music that combines elements of rock, jazz, classical and folk music in a collective improvisational setting.
Genre: Jazz: Progressive Jazz
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1. The Tree
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2. Prochannel
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3. Squintet
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4. October
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5. Blackfoot
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6. November
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7. Oregon
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8. The Tree (Reprise)
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9. Unbroken
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10. Soul Secret
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Ric Molina Group is a New York based band featuring Ric Molina (guitars), Samir Zarif (saxophones), Ted Baker (piano & keyboards), Fima Ephron (bass), & Dan Pugach (drums).

@Dreamland is the debut studio recording of the RicMolinaGroup featuring a collection of the original compositions of guitarist, Ric Molina, an eclectic music that combines elements of rock, jazz, classical and folk music in a collective improvisational setting. Produced by longtime friend, Fima Ephron with executive producer Matt Wolf, this debut album is the first album of Ric Molina as a leader and highlights the wide spectrum of artistic expression by the guitarist & composer.

"Ric Molina's articulate guitar playing stopped the show briefly; his agility and speed combined with an expert application of precision gave most in attendance goosebumps.  Keep an eye on Ric Molina..." (Jesse Nash, 1989 Jazz Times)

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