Zach Ott | Plutonian Ethics

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Plutonian Ethics

by Zach Ott

Second solo release from guitarist/composer Zach Ott featuring Tenor Saxophonist Patrick Booth, Bassist Lucas Lafave and Drummer Eric Schirtzinger.
Genre: Jazz: Modern Free Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Glacial Melt (As Seen from Space)
4:14 FREE
2. Tonal Spheres
6:59 FREE
3. Jody's Home
3:20 FREE
4. Future Selves
5:47 FREE
5. Manual Skydive
8:58 FREE
6. Big Eyed
5:19 FREE
7. Tonal Spheres (Alternate)
6:49 FREE
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Released two years after my first solo album "Hypheastus", "Plutonian Ethics" takes a step into free jazz and incorporates elements of contemporary fusion. No big recording studio, just a quiet home in Marquette, MI. We had the kit set up in a wall-to-wall wooden living room, guitar amp was isolated in the bathroom, bass amp down the hall in the closet and tenor sax mic in the mudroom. From the very beginning our time together was limited, but I feel blessed to have experienced these brilliant artists.

Zach Ott on electric guitar (tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, and 7) and on electric bass on (tracks 3 and 6)
Patrick Booth on tenor saxophone (tracks 1, 2, 4, and 7)
Lucas Lafave on electric bass (tracks 1, 2, 4, 5, and 7) and on electric guitar (tracks 3 and 6)
Eric Schirtzinger on drums

All tracks written by Zach Ott except tracks 3 and 6 written by Lucas Lafave.



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Eric Schirtzinger

Jazz in the Bathroom
Love the organic nature of the album. As the drummer/producer on the album I love knowing that it was recorded in one day and in the living room. If you ever need to replicate the guitar sound, the secret is putting the amp in the bathroom!