Evoke Ensemble | Groove for Peace

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Groove for Peace

by Evoke Ensemble

An eclectic, bass driven, musical hybrid, steeped in groove and improvisation, inspired by jazz, influenced by film, with flavors running the full musical spectrum from world music, to classical and beyond.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Creative Jazz
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1. Groove for Peace
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2. Mosaic
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3. I Believe in Us
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4. Seek
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5. Ixora
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6. Clouds and Buildings
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7. Cocoa Tamarind
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8. Overflow
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9. Mantra
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10. Melbourne
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11. Demitasse
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12. Black Street Serenade
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
evoke |iˈvok|
verb [ trans. ]
1. bring or recall to the conscious mind.

The evoke-ensemble performs the music of bassist/composer Tim Paul Weiner. An eclectic, bass driven, musical hybrid steeped in groove and improvisation, inspired by jazz, influenced by film, with flavors running the full musical spectrum from world music, to classical and beyond.

The group's first release, "Groove for Peace", was recorded by Jeff Briggette at Sonic Disorder studio and mastered by Andy VanDette at Masterdisk NYC.

The album features:
Lennie Peterson, trombone
Mark Campbell, guitars
Tim Butterworth, keyboards
Jason Kenyon, drum set
Tim Paul Weiner, bass and compositions

with special guests:
Nadjim Kebir, percussion
Orie Furuta, violin
Aubrey Logan, voice
Boujemma Razgui, voice

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