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Navigation (The Complete Firehouse 12 Recordings)

Taylor Ho Bynum Sextet, Taylor Ho Bynum 7-tette

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1.1
Navigation (Possibility Abstract X)
Taylor Ho Bynum Sextet
43:35
1.2
Navigation (Possibility Abstract XI)
Taylor Ho Bynum Sextet
44:49
2.1
Navigation (Possibility Abstract XII)
Taylor Ho Bynum 7-tette
54:10
2.2
Navigation (Possibility Abstract XIII)
Taylor Ho Bynum 7-tette
43:25
Total Playing Time    3:05:59
Navigation (The Complete Firehouse 12 Recordings) is a set from cornetist and composer Taylor Ho Bynum. The project documents four different versions of Bynum’s modular composition Navigation, with two sets recorded live with his Sextet (featuring Jim Hobbs on alto saxophone, Bill Lowe on bass trombone and tuba, Mary Halvorson on guitar, Ken Filiano on bass, and Tomas Fujiwara on drums and vibraphone), and two sets recorded in studio with the 7-tette (which adds drummer and vibraphonist Chad Taylor). The music was recorded over two days, December 7 and 8, 2012.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Firehouse 12 Records Studio Masters

Disc 1, Tracks 1, 2; Disc 2, Tracks 1, 2 – 48 kHz / 24-bit PCM

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