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Acceptance

Billy Childs

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1.1
Dori
Billy Childs
7:34
1.2
Acceptance
Billy Childs
7:10
1.3
Leimert Park
Billy Childs
5:57
1.4
Do You Know My Name?
Billy Childs
6:00
1.5
It Never Entered My Mind
Billy Childs
5:12
1.6
Quiet Girl
Billy Childs
6:46
1.7
Twilight is Upon Us
Billy Childs
9:15
1.8
Oceana
Billy Childs
5:29
Total Playing Time    53:23
Childs thrives on group improvisation and has recruited fellow master musicians—saxophonist Steve Wilson, bassist Hans Glawischnig and drummer Eric Harland—as the core ensemble for this collection: Acceptance. Elena Pinderhughes on flute; vocalists Alicia Olatuja, Aubrey Johnson and Sara Gazarek; and percussionists Rogerio Boccato and Munyungo Jackson complete the stellar lineup on this recording. “On my first Mack Avenue recording, Rebirth (Billy Childs’ 2017 album which won a GRAMMY® Award for 'Best Jazz Instrumental Album'), I wanted to return to a focus on my jazz piano playing. Acceptance is an extension of that, and the musicians make it very comfortable for me.” - Billy Childs
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Mack Avenue Records Studio Masters

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