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Convergence

by Tenor Madness

A collection of hip originals and unique covers from this Chicago quintet that mixes jazz with some tight grooves and a touch of latin flare.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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1. Blow'd Up
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2. Victory Waves
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3. Lovesong
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4. Or What?
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5. Naima
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6. Three-Sixty
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7. Orbit of Danger
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8. Unnoticed
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9. Hot Coals
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10. Visions and Dreams
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11. At Twilight
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Convergence
By Tenor Madness

Casey Fitzpatrick (tenor and soprano saxophones)
Rytas Vygantas (tenor saxophone)
Shawn Salmon (guitar)
Paul Musser (bass)
Peter Mack (drums)

1. Blow'd Up (Musser)
2. Victory Waves (Salmon)
3. Lovesong (arranged by Musser)
4. Or What? (Salmon)
5. Naima (arranged by Salmon)
6. Three-Sixty (Musser)
7. Orbit of Danger (Musser)
8. Unnoticed (Fitzpatrick)
9. Hot Coals (Salmon)
10. Visions and Dreams (Salmon)
11. At Twilight (Musser)

Recorded November 8 and 9, 2015 at I.V. Lab Studios in Chicago, IL
Engineered, mixed and mastered by Shane Hendrickson
Cover photography by Ellie Musser

A very special thanks to Dr. Charles Vygantas for his generosity and continuous support, without which this album would not have been possible!

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