Trace Trio | The Nature of Three

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The Nature of Three

by Trace Trio

Beautiful, hypnotic, and occasionally chaotic music from the renowned experimental improvisational trio.
Genre: Avant Garde: Structured Improvisation
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Without a Trace
6:16 $0.99
2. It's Getting Late
4:55 $0.99
3. Trace
10:44 $1.99
4. Thank You Mr Weston
7:03 $0.99
5. Seems Like Magic
5:40 $0.99
6. Rain
21:17 $1.99
7. Jam With Peace On the Side
12:17 $1.99
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Album Notes

Trace Trio plays totally unique improvisational music, blending elements from jazz, classical, jam band, and world music traditions. Award-winning composer/pianist Larry Bitensky founded the trio in 2014 with guitarist Daniel Worley and bassist Nathan Link. The singular chemistry created by these three extraordinary musicians is fully on display in The Nature of Three. The sweetness of Bitensky’s alternately tuned piano matches perfectly with the timbral variety and imaginative virtuosity of Worley’s guitar, all grounded by Link’s jazz-inspired bass licks.

Bitensky’s original structured improvisations range from the lyrically moving “Trace” to the haunting and intense “Rain.” The creative adaptations of songs by jazz greats Bill Evans and Randy Weston round out the album.

“A truly magical experience” – Suehyun Choi
“Listening to Trace Trio is transporting. Their improvised conversations are a great trip” – Judith Jia
“Their music lifts you up and takes you for an amazing ride! Close your eyes and go!” – Katherine Nelsen



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