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Bright Lights

BYU Syncopation

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1.1
Teach Me Tonight
BYU Syncopation; KC Boyce; Sarah Oldham van Wagoner; Joseph Facer; Rawson Simmons
6:47
1.2
African Skies
BYU Syncopation; Andrew Larsen
5:46
1.3
Holocene
BYU Syncopation
5:03
1.4
Ima
BYU Syncopation; Jordan Jacobsen
4:20
1.5
Nakamarra
BYU Syncopation; Anna Slezak; Kelly Oja
4:36
1.6
Bright Lights and Cityscapes
BYU Syncopation; Anna Slezak
6:22
1.7
Get Happy
BYU Syncopation; Kate Gabbitas; Ralph Holt; Scott Young; Jarom Hansen; Jordan Saltmarsh
4:54
1.8
You Don’t Love Me Like You Used To
BYU Syncopation; Anna Slezak; Jarom Hansen; Rebecca Sumsion; KC Boyce; Micah Wood; Hunter Muse; McKay Johnson
6:02
1.9
Back Pocket
BYU Syncopation; Kelly Oja
3:32
1.10
Moose the Mooche
BYU Syncopation; Madison Schefer; Andrew Larsen; Josh Nelson
3:32
1.11
Not Like This
BYU Syncopation; Justin DeLong
3:23
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    54:17
After 30 years, BYU Syncopation’s debut album has finally arrived! This vocal jazz group from Brigham Young University is rooted in the artistic collaboration between vocalists and instrumentalists, each bringing unique backgrounds and musical vocabularies to work side by side. This album captures the stylistic breadth of more than 100 years of jazz repertoire, representing styles from the trunk of the jazz tree, such as swing, bebop, and samba, as well as from the ever-reaching branches of jazz funk, hip-hop, and world music fusion.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – BYU Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 48 kHz / 24-bit

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