Early in the Mornin' Samuel Blaser

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Label: Outnote Records

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Modern Jazz

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  • 1Early in the Mornin'05:29
  • 2Creepy Crawler04:27
  • 3Tom Sherman’s Barroom06:50
  • 4Murderer’s Home07:09
  • 5The House Carpenter10:23
  • 6Levee Camp Moan Blues05:40
  • 7Klaxon03:26
  • 8Mal’s Blues06:11
  • 9Black Betty03:52
  • 10Lonesome Road Blues05:00
  • Total Runtime58:27

Info for Early in the Mornin'

The Blues is and always has been a source of inspiration for Samuel Blaser. Touched by the expressiveness of this style, the multi-faceted virtuoso trombonist uses all the resources of today’s jazz and yesterday’s to make its heritage bear fruit in a contemporary vision. Early in the Mornin’, produced by Robert Sadin, aims to celebrate the universality of the Blues and takes its place as a unique album midway between jazz and modern urban music. On this album, Samuel Blaser reinterprets the tunes that lie at the origin of the Blues, derived from work songs, country music or English and Irish folk music. Hailed several times by The New York City Jazz Record, Downbeat and Jazz Magazine as one of the trombonists and composers who count today, Samuel Blaser is a musician sensitive to the character of simple melodic lines, who seeks to widen the musical scope of his instrument while preserving the personal touch of his tone quality.

Samuel Blaser, trombone
Russ Lossing, keyboards, piano
Masa Kamaguchi, double bass
Gerry Hemingway, drums

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