Trio Reenactment | What Once Was...

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What Once Was...

by Trio Reenactment

"What Once Was..." is the second release from the critically acclaimed Trio Reenactment.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Piano Mang
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2. Eternal
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3. Get Ready
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4. Trio R
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5. What Once Was
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6. When You Sleep, Do You Speak?
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7. Here To There
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8. Open Your Eyes
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9. Goodbye Larry
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What Once Was… is the second release from acclaimed jazz ensemble Trio Reenactment. The recording explores an eclectic mix of sounds, including soul, rock and straight-ahead jazz. Formed in 2008 by John Barron (bass), Sven Anderson (keyboards) and Rob Emanuel (drums), the Detroit-area trio performs original music and clever arrangements of pop standards. Their debut, self-titled disc received rave reviews and national airplay.

Press Quotes:

“From a listener’s perspective, Trio Reenactment provides a very pleasurable musical experience well worth many spins of enjoyment.” -Edward Blanco, ejazznews.com

“On Trio Reenactment the group shows off their multiple influences and considerable mainstream piano trio chops… Trio Reenactment proves itself a fine and distinctive piano trio affair. -Dan McClenaghan, AllAboutJazz.com

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