The Rob Dixon Trio | Coast to Crossroads (feat. Charlie Hunter, Mike Clark & Ernest Stuart)

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Coast to Crossroads (feat. Charlie Hunter, Mike Clark & Ernest Stuart)

by The Rob Dixon Trio

The record is a unique interpretation of jazz fused with blues, soul, and funk.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Funk
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The rob dixon trio record "Coast to Crossroads" (produced by Charlie Hunter) features funky grooves from the one and only legendary jazz drummer Mike Clark and the virtuoso guitar stylings of guitar phenom, Charlie Hunter. This album is full of
creative originals by tenor saxophone great Rob Dixon as well as unique arrangements on a few covers. This record also features
rising star Ernest Stuart on the trombone with some very powerful playing.Recorded at the Bunker Studios in Brooklyn NY, most of this album was recorded with no overdubbing and mostly in the first takes of each song which only adds to the spontaneous creative contributions from each musician."From urgent funk workouts to earthy shuffles to gorgeous unaccompanied tenor sax, Coast To Crossroads is a genuine feast for the heart and soul." Bill Milkowski



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