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Sylva

Snarky Puppy, Metropole Orkest

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1
Sintra (Live)
Snarky Puppy; Metropole Orkest; Jules Buckley
3:32
2
Flight
Snarky Puppy; Metropole Orkest; Jules Buckley
6:03
3
Atchafalaya
Snarky Puppy; Metropole Orkest; Jules Buckley
6:04
4
The Curtain
Snarky Puppy; Metropole Orkest; Jules Buckley
15:09
5
Gretel (Live)
Snarky Puppy; Metropole Orkest; Jules Buckley
4:21
6
The Clearing
Snarky Puppy; Metropole Orkest; Jules Buckley
19:23
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    54:32
Grammy Award - Best Contemporary Instrumental Album, 2015

"Four Stars ... a refined and cohesive orchestral suite rather than a collection of quirky groove vehicles ... a bigger and more cinematic soundscape without abandoning Snarky trademarks such as catchy soul-jazz horn hooks, loose improv and dance floor funk."
- The Guardian

Sylva is the ninth album overall and the major label debut from Brooklyn-based instrumental fusion band Snarky Puppy. Formed in Texas in 2004 and led by Grammy-winning bassist, composer and producer Michael League, the band features a collective of nearly 40 musicians, referred to as "The Fam" on their recordings and tours. On this Grammy nominated album, inspired by forests around the world, Snarky Puppy is accompanied by the Metropole Orchestra from Holland, with as many as 63 performers playing together live at the same time in the same studio.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Gumuk Limited & Stichting Metropole Orkest Studio Masters

Recorded and filmed live in Dordrecht, Netherlands at Het Energiehuis on April 19 & 20, 2014
All music written and produced by Michael League
Arranged by Michael League and Jules Buckley
“Gretel” arranged by Michael League, Jules Buckley, Chris McQueen and Ben Cottrell
All songs © GUMUK administered by Universal Music Publishing 2015
Mixed by Eric Hartman in Dallas, Texas
Mastered by Scott Hull at Masterdisk in New York, New York
Audio commentary recorded by Grady Sandlin in Denton, Texas
Directed by Andy LaViolette and Michael League

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