Rob Foster | How's That

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How's That

by Rob Foster

Creative jazz that is coherently diverse and seriously fun to listen to. . .modern music that knowingly draws upon a stunning range of music history and contemporary sounds.
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. Momentum
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2. Snuffy's Choice
6:48 $0.99
3. Vezanchia Modou (Things Shrink)
4:57 $0.99
4. Ice Cream
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5. Dodge
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6. Chimayo Chile Pop
8:32 $0.99
7. Hylozoic Isisism
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8. Largo Indeed
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9. Hu-Yu
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10. The Wreckard
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11. Tart Suite (1st Movement)
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12. King of the Road
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Album Notes
Rob Foster (saxophones and flutes) honed his musical skills in Detroit, where he was immersed in the varied types of music that city is known for -- hard bop, blues, Motown, and funk. These diverse interests led him to study and perform music in many genres, resulting in performances with world renown musicians and entertainers, including Dizzy Gillespie, Dave Brubeck, Wycliffe Gordon, James Newton, Charlie Haden, Art Lande, John Denver, Mitch Ryder, the Temptations, and The Four Tops. His association with the musicians in The Russian Dragon Band (so named for their rhythmic flexibility, i.e. "rushin' and draggin'")began in Colorado in the early '90's. Currently teaching music at Georgia Regents University in Georgia, he performs frequently with a wide variety of groups, as well as the Augusta Big Band Aggregate (ABBA) and the Symphony Orchestra Augusta.



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Dr. Tom

A nice departure from the stale, packaged stuff
What a service Mr. Foster has done for jazz lovers young and old. This CD is a tasty departure from the stale, packaged stuff we hear again and again. Musical influences are evident, as this incredibly tight ensemble pays homage to the heritage of Coltrane, Dolphy, Mingus.....musical adventurers.
The myriad styles on this CD are a tour of modern jazz, with a fun sense of style. A multi-course meal of some tasty musical substance. Lovers of jazz will enjoy this adventure! I sure did....