℗ ℗ 2012 Songlines Recordings

New Dream

The October Trio

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The October Trio
The October Trio
Do Your Thing
The October Trio
New Dream
The October Trio
The Park
The October Trio
Imagine It
The October Trio
Potential Bog
The October Trio
You've Been Flirting Again
The October Trio
Total Playing Time    41:29
"... explores new musical territory while remaining rooted in the trio’s ideals of emotional expression and musical freedom."
- CBC Music

"... conveys a resourceful melding of various musical inflections amid a great degree of flexibility and moxie, featuring a wily sequence of events where each member plays a significant role. "
- All About Jazz

Three years after their collaboration with Vancouver trumpeter Brad Turner, The October Trio returns as a trio with this 2012 album of originals written by all three members, as well as covers of a beautiful ballad by Björk and a typically quirky yet passionate Dirty Projectors rave-up. As New Dream demonstrates, the group vibe is as strong as ever and their music has gained a new breadth and maturity from their work as leaders of their own bands, as well as from playing with musicians on the cusp of the jazz world.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Songlines Recordings Studio Masters

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