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Keep Your Eyes Open (Single)

Bill Frisell

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Keep Your Eyes Open
Bill Frisell
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Total Playing Time    6:05
Acclaimed guitarist Bill Frisell releases "Keep Your Eyes Open", from his newest project Valentine — the debut recording of his trio with bassist Thomas Morgan and drummer Rudy Royston. Produced by his longtime collaborator Lee Townsend and recorded by Tucker Martine at Flora Recording in Portland, Oregon, Valentine is a wide-ranging 13-song set that mixes Frisell originals new and old, jazz standards, traditional songs, and covers. The album explores the creative freedom of the trio format and the profound relationship that exists between these three musicians after years of touring. “This album is all about Rudy and Thomas and the musical relationship I have with them. We’ve played a lot for a number of years, but there was no evidence of it, so I really wanted to have a document of it, if only to show that it’s real and not this magical thing that I’ve imagined in my fantasies.” - Bill Frisell
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