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The Fire Still Burns

Alan Braufman

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1.1
Sunrise
Alan Braufman
4:19
1.2
Morning Bazaar
Alan Braufman
5:12
1.3
No Floor No Ceiling
Alan Braufman
4:47
1.4
Home
Alan Braufman
5:57
1.5
Creation
Alan Braufman
4:19
1.6
Alone Again
Alan Braufman
3:34
1.7
The Fire Still Burns
Alan Braufman
4:06
1.8
City Nights
Alan Braufman
3:44
Total Playing Time    35:58
"... the saxophonist, flutist, and composer renews his commitment to a fervent and soulful sound."
- Rolling Stone

45 years after his debut album Valley of Search (1975), jazz saxophonist Alan Braufman returns. The Fire Still Burns has that gritty, forthright sensibility we hope to hear in sonic collaborations borne out of beauty and struggle, but there’s a populist ease that comes with age and reflection. Put simply it’s natural music – complementary, individual, and full of the sweet, hot taste of celebration.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Valley of Search Studio Masters

Tracks 1-8 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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