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Fractured Pop

Jentsch Group Quartet

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1.1
Fractured Pop
Jentsch Group Quartet
4:59
1.2
Radio Silence
Jentsch Group Quartet
5:22
1.3
Are You Bye?
Jentsch Group Quartet
7:03
1.4
Outside Line
Jentsch Group Quartet
9:31
1.5
Old Folks Song
Jentsch Group Quartet
4:56
1.6
Old Folks Postlude
Jentsch Group Quartet
7:42
1.7
Route 666
Jentsch Group Quartet
4:50
1.8
Meeting at Surratt's
Jentsch Group Quartet
7:40
1.9
Imagining the Mirror
Jentsch Group Quartet
6:13
1.10
Cycle of Life
Jentsch Group Quartet
10:12
1.11
Follow That Cab
Jentsch Group Quartet
6:49
Total Playing Time    75:17
"... a composer who can convey his ideas on a grand scale, swings with the grace of Duke Ellington and rocks with the nuance of Frank Zappa." - All About Jazz Brooklyn-based composer, bandleader and guitarist Chris Jentsch specializes in jazz and contemporary improvisational forms. As a composer he has received several prestigious grants and commissions while critics have lavished him with stunning reviews. On Fractured Pop Jentsch leads a quartet consisting of double bassist Jim Whitney, drummer John Mettam and reed player Matt Renzi.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Fleur de Son Studio Masters

Track 6 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM

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