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Enter the PlusTet

Taylor Ho Bynum

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1
Sleeping Giant
Taylor Ho Bynum
21:10
2
Three (For Me We & Them)
Taylor Ho Bynum
12:08
3
That Which Only...Never Before
Taylor Ho Bynum
10:40
Total Playing Time    43:58
"Taylor Ho Bynum has proven to be a visionary composer, striking the difficult balance between free improvised and arranged music ... (on Enter the PlusTet) he incorporates some high quality personnel additions to his core sextet, creating a bigger and more diverse sound ... the 15-deep ensemble, particularly due to the additional strings, has a full orchestral feel when Bynum calls for that outcome ..."
- All About Jazz

With this recording, cornet player and composer Taylor Ho Bynum debuts his PlusTet, consisting of 14 of his closest musical collaborators. The large ensemble is the expansion of Bynum's core sextet into a creative orchestra, bringing together some of the finest musicians to travel fresh avenues of sonic exploration, balancing the spontaneous and the predetermined in an organic whole. The showpiece of the album is the 20 minute Sleeping Giant, a tribute to Prince.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Firehouse 12 Records and Taylor Ho Bynum Studio Masters

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