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Space, Time, Continuum

Aaron Diehl

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"... a jubilant, swinging outing ... (Diehl) has brilliantly advanced his art under current conditions."
- The New York Times

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Total Playing Time    56:16
On Space, Time, Continuum, an eight-piece programme, young American pianist-composer Aaron Diehl has assembled a pan-generational ensemble of masters. Joining his core trio, in different configurations, are two living legends: tenor saxophonist-composer Benny Golson and baritone saxophonist Joe Temperley, both 85 years young. Other guests include underground tenor saxophone giant Stephen Riley and rising star trumpeter Bruce Harris.

"It’s important to use both contemporaries and elders as sources of inspiration. Mr. Golson has been inspirational beyond the legacy of music he’s created. Carpe diem while he and Joe Temperley are still around."
- Aaron Diehl
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mack Avenue Records II Studio Masters

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