℗ 2019 Edition Records
 

Activate Infinity

The Bad Plus

Available in 96 kHz / 24-bit AIFF, FLAC high resolution audio formats
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1.1
Avail
The Bad Plus
3:15
1.2
Slow Reactors
The Bad Plus
5:51
1.3
Thrift Store Jewelry
The Bad Plus
4:47
1.4
The Red Door
The Bad Plus
4:02
1.5
Looking In Your Eyes
The Bad Plus
3:58
1.6
Dovetail Nicely
The Bad Plus
5:07
1.7
Undersea Reflection
The Bad Plus
3:00
1.8
Love is the Answer
The Bad Plus
7:34
Total Playing Time    37:34
Activate Infinity is the second album from The Bad Plus since the remarkable pianist Orrin Evans joined the trio back in 2018. With their sights set on a new trajectory, combined with an abundance of spirit and creativity, the trio has produced one of their finest and most original albums to date. This is group music played with vibrant imagination and vigour. It’s real, deeply honest and personal. Their joy in music-making together is clear and their vision is committed and democratic. With a new home on the British label, Edition Records, the trio are working with a renewed intent that will see them grow to new heights and continue to flourish. Sit back, listen and enjoy the ride!
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Edition Records Studio Masters

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