The Reese Project | Comin' Home Baby

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Comin' Home Baby

by The Reese Project

The Reese Project is an amazing jazz quartet of flute, cello, keyboards and drums.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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1. Comin' Home Baby
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2. Baby Elephant Walk
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3. Harlem Nocturne
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4. Be Thou My Vision
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5. Toot Stick
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6. Push Push Pull
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7. Battle Hymn
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8. Memphis Underground
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Album Notes
Comin' Home Baby

Tom Reese - flute, alto flute and pennywhistle
Kirk Reese - piano, electric piano, synthesizer
Laurie Haines Reese - cello, electric cello
Glenn Ferracone - drums, percussion

Recorded, mixed and mastered at The Music
Center by Glenn Ferracone

Produced by Tom Reese and Richard Burton

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After 20 years on the radio, and with nine albums under their own name. The Reese Project
has come up with what should be their breakthrough recording "Comin' Home Baby".
Flutist/banderleader Tom Reese, his brother Kirk on keyboards, Tom's wife Laurie the cellist
who plays bass lines, and longtime collaborator drummer/producer Glenn Ferracone, borrow
the steel spine from the Reese's great album "Blue Etude" from 2000 to reach a rare cathartic
truth with these nine tunes. "Comin' Home Baby" has the clarity, intensified grace, and compressed
energy of a true musical masterwork. It is music for a general audience, but as always, with the
Reeses, mainlines the jazz aesthetic and adds improvisational energy to keep the music from sounding
lazy. Ray Grunnert, Lancaster Newpapers & Red Rose Jazz



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