Tucker Flythe Quartet | The New Gilded Age

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The New Gilded Age

by Tucker Flythe Quartet

The debut album from the NYC based quartet fuses jazz and rock using complex harmonies and rhythms with familiar grooves and singable melodies.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz-Rock
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1. Beneath the Waterfall
8:20 album only
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2. Indifferent Cities
9:40 album only
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3. Tell Me What You Think
6:59 album only
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4. Sinking Ships
12:23 album only
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5. Blue Bonnets
5:32 album only
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6. First Frontier
6:08 album only
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7. Somewhere to Be Found
9:02 album only
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8. South Shem
5:44 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Tucker Flythe Quartet is a New York City based modern jazz group. The group focuses on writing music that pushes boundaries with advanced rhythmic and harmonic concepts while still keeping the listener grounded with singable melodies and recognizable grooves. Their sound is the amalgamation of classic and modern jazz with pop music of the past 60 years. Before recording the album, the group performed regularly for over a year with the same members which is a rarity in today's jazz world. Due to the familiarity and consistency within group they were able to conceive a clear and concise sound for this recoding session. One often can hear the musicians trading ideas and interacting with each other on these recordings. Giving an interactive feeling for both the listener and performers.

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