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Halloween On Union Avenue

by Rolling Jazz Revue

Electric jazz with an emphasis on cool original tunes, textural variety and intense group interplay
Genre: Jazz: Progressive Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Notorious Redux
9:18 $0.89
2. Two Skillets and an Unlocked Door
9:47 $0.89
3. Indecision
7:57 $0.89
4. Too Close to the Sun
7:25 $0.89
5. Halloween on Union Avenue
8:31 $0.89
6. Lost and Found
8:52 $0.89
7. Flying Carpet
7:33 $0.89
8. The Circle Game
8:55 $0.89
9. Ramblin'
5:49 $0.89
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Album Notes
Newt Johnson - piano, electric piano;
Ben Cohen - tenor saxophone;
Jim Cavender - electric bass;
Brian Palmieri - drums.

Hailing from Huntsville, Alabama, rjr evolved out of a monthly gig at the Flying Monkey Arts Center. Fiery improvisation places rjr firmly within the jazz tradition, but the emphasis on original tunes and unusual cover choices sets the group apart from typical jazz offerings.

This CD was recorded in August 2007 in a single all-night session in Roberts Hall auditorium at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, and was released in January 2008. Every member of rjr contributed at least one original song to the session, and Ornette Coleman's "Ramblin'" rounds out the album.



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