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Impromptu

by Tristan Selzler

Tristan Selzler's second studio release, featuring Te Kanawa Haereiti on drums and Zack Teran on bass. "Impromptu" features mostly improvised music, spontaneously created in the studio with little or no pre constructed material.
Genre: Jazz: Free Jazz
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1. Theme
Tristan Selzler Trio
3:45 $1.99
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2. March 9th, 2016
Tristan Selzler Trio
4:06 $1.99
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3. Polka Dots and Moon Gels
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4:17 $1.99
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4. Together
Tristan Selzler Trio
3:30 $1.99
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5. Emma
Tristan Selzler Trio
3:28 $1.99
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6. Believeland
Tristan Selzler Trio
2:40 $1.99
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7. Grace
Tristan Selzler Trio
3:36 $1.99
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8. The Challenger
Tristan Selzler Trio
4:22 $1.99
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9. A Call for All Demons
Tristan Selzler Trio
6:11 $1.99
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10. Pre Bop Nightmare
Tristan Selzler Trio
22:29 $1.99
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11. Morpheus
Tristan Selzler Trio
2:19 $1.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Piano - Tristan Selzler
Bass - Zach Teran
Drums - Te Kanawa Haereiti

Recorded 2015 at Imirage Sound Lab, Sparks Nevada
Tom Gordon, Engineer
1919 Victor Talking Machine operated by Tom Gordon

Album art by Rachel Selzler

"A call for all demons" written by Sun Ra, Copyright: Railroad Town Music OBO Interplanetary Koncepts



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This recording is dedicated to the 852 people killed by the police in the United States, so far this year of 2016, and to their families. That number was as of September 26th, 2016 with three months left in the year. May this world someday know peace, tolerance, empathy, and understanding.
-TS

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