Braxton compatriot cornetist Bynum in solo, trio and sextet pieces with Pavone, Halvorson, Fujiwara, &c., exceptional music that balances jazz tradition with modern improvisational language.
Bynum, Taylor Ho Sextet
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"Here's a group of musicians who are making a commitment to the long haul. They are creating music for the third millennium that is savvy enough to draw on the forking paths of the tradition while finding room for their own individual voices. Get Bynum started on this group and he responds with his usual enthusiastic eloquence. "Whatever balance I am able to strike between tradition and individuality I really owe to the nurturing community of musicians I came up under." This set is a tribute to that journey."-Michael Rosenstein, from the back cover
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Catalog ID: 675
Squidco Product Code: 10726
Condition: Sale (New)
Packaging: Cardstock 3 page foldover
Tracks 1 & 7 are cornetsolos byTaylor HoBynum. Tracks 2 & 6are trio tracks by Taylor Ho Bynum, Mary Halvorson & Tomas Fujiwara. Recorded February 6, 2008 at Firehouse 12, New Haven, CT by Nick Lloyd.
Taylor Ho Bynum-cornet
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1. Open 2:45
2. Look Below 4:31
3. whYeXpliCitieS (Part I) 11:14
4. whYeXpliCitieS (Part II) 7:10
5. whYeXpliCitieS (Part III) 13:14
6. Goffstown 3:31
7. Close 1:46