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Cycling

Samuel Blais, David Liebman, Morgan Moore, Martin Auguste

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1
Chili-Bli
Samuel Blais; David Liebman; Morgan Moore; Martin Auguste
5:48
2
Sidonie
Samuel Blais; David Liebman; Morgan Moore; Martin Auguste
5:48
3
Interludio Obscurio
Samuel Blais; David Liebman; Morgan Moore; Martin Auguste
3:17
4
Et voit le jour
Samuel Blais; David Liebman; Morgan Moore; Martin Auguste
4:55
5
Cycling
Samuel Blais; David Liebman; Morgan Moore; Martin Auguste
7:18
6
Return to Napanoch
Samuel Blais; David Liebman; Morgan Moore; Martin Auguste
7:34
7
A taste of honey
Samuel Blais; David Liebman; Morgan Moore; Martin Auguste
10:07
8
The Crusher
Samuel Blais; David Liebman; Morgan Moore; Martin Auguste
5:03
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    49:50
Award-winning Montréal saxophonist and composer Samuel Blais recorded this album with veteran sax player and former Miles Davis bandmate David Liebman while Blais was completing his master's degree in jazz performance in New York City. The two saxophonists are joined by bassist Morgan Moore and drummer Martin Auguste.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM - Effendi Records Studio Masters

Enregistré au / Recorded at Studio Piccolo le 14 Octobre 2012
Enregistré par / Recorded by Pierre Messier
Mixé au / Mixed at Studios Piccolo
Mixé par / Mixed by Pierre Messier et Samuel Blais
Matriçage par / Mastering by Eric Poitevin, Lab Mastering
Direction artistique / Art direction: Pascal Milette, Lab912
Photos: Pascal Milette
Photo of David Liebman: Matt Vashlishan
Réalisé par / Produced by Samuel Blais

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