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Le Boeuf Brothers, JACK Quartet

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1
Prologue (feat. Ben Wendel)
Le Boeuf Brothers; JACK Quartet; Ben Wendel
4:02
2
Alkaline (feat. Ben Wendel & Justin Brown)
Le Boeuf Brothers; JACK Quartet; Ben Wendel; Justin Brown
7:30
3
Pretenders (feat. Ben Wendel)
Le Boeuf Brothers; JACK Quartet; Ben Wendel
7:17
4
No. 1. Introduction
Le Boeuf Brothers; JACK Quartet; Paul Whitworth
4:10
5
No. 2. Grave Mound (feat. Ben Wendel)
Le Boeuf Brothers; JACK Quartet; Paul Whitworth; Ben Wendel
3:39
6
No. 3. An Artist
Le Boeuf Brothers; JACK Quartet; Paul Whitworth
2:10
7
No. 4. Here Lies…
Le Boeuf Brothers; JACK Quartet; Paul Whitworth
4:21
8
No. 5. He Began to Cry
Le Boeuf Brothers; JACK Quartet; Paul Whitworth
2:11
9
No. 6. At Long Last
Le Boeuf Brothers; JACK Quartet; Paul Whitworth
1:38
10
No. 1. Foreshadow
Le Boeuf Brothers; JACK Quartet; Ben Wendel
3:46
11
No. 2. Flashback
Le Boeuf Brothers; JACK Quartet
4:05
12
Epilogue
Le Boeuf Brothers; JACK Quartet
3:31
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    48:20
"(The JACK Quartet is) the go-to quartet for contemporary music, tying impeccable musicianship to intellectual ferocity and a take-no-prisoners sense of commitment."
- The Washington Post

"... deftly weaves together disparate worlds: contemporary classical instrumental techniques in the string quartet, collective group improvisation and experimental jazz."
- JazzTimes.com

"(The Le Boeuf Brothers are) talented musicians and award-winning composers who channel their influences, environments and resources into works that reflect their own identities."
- All About Jazz

This concept album brings together genre-bending jazz artists the Le Boeuf Brothers and award-winning contemporary string ensemble the JACK Quartet. The centrepiece is a narrated arrangement of the Franz Kafka short story A Dream, read by Paul Whitworth. The score intricately connects the narration with music by a jazz quintet led by the brothers and the string quartet, making for a fascinating listening experience. The textures alternate between word painting the quixotic story to open improvised sections, featuring the agile playing of the brothers and their collaborators, with string heavy sections highlighting the JACK’s well coordinated palette of extended timbres.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Panoramic Recordings Studio Masters

Recorded at Brooklyn Recording, April 29, 2014 and May 9, 2014
Produced by Pascal and Remy Le Boeuf
Additional mixing and production by Pascal Le Boeuf
Recorded by Andy Taub
Mixed and mastered by Dave Darlington

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