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Zacc Harris - American Reverie mp3

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Interprète: Zacc Harris
Titre: American Reverie
Pays: US
Publié sur: 2017
Catégorie: Jazz
Classement: 4.2
Catalogue #: SP-123
Label: Shifting Paradigm Records

Tracklist

1Simple Twist Of Fate
Written-By – Bob Dylan
4:54
2Take Me Out To The Ball Game
Written-By – Albert Von Tilzer, Jack Norworth
5:02
3Shenandoah
Written-By – Traditional
4:41
4Be My Baby
Written-By – Ellie Greenwich, Jeff Barry, Phil Specter
4:23
5This Land Is Your Land
Written-By – Woody Guthrie
4:16
6Carousel
Written-By – Zacc Harris
5:27
7Star Spangled Banner
Written-By – Traditional
2:48
8Long Black Veil
Written-By – Danny Dill, Marijohn Wilkin
4:09
9Jesus, Etc.
Written-By – Jay Bennett, Jeff Tweedy
3:55
10On The Road Again
Written-By – Willie Nelson
5:48
11In The Pines
Written-By – Traditional
4:45
12Tennessee Waltz
Written-By – Pee Wee King, Redd Stewart
6:06


Crédits

  • BassMatt Peterson
  • DesignJesse Hughes
  • DrumsLars-Erik Larson
  • Engineer, Mixed ByGreg Schutte
  • GuitarZacc Harris
  • Mastered ByHuntley Miller
  • Photography ByJason Larkin


Codes-barres

  • Barcode: 191079354214


Album

In 2017, Harris released his second album as leader, a trio project called AMERICAN REVERIE on which he explored a range of nostalgic songs, from Americana classics to Bob Dylan, re-imagined with a jazz tilt. Zacc Harris - guitar Matt Peterson - bass Lars-Erik Larson - drums. Album 2017 12 Songs. American Reverie Zacc Harris. American Reverie, 2017. Zacc Harris. Simple Twist of Fate, 04:54. American Reverie by Zacc Harris, released 19 May 2017 1. Shenandoah 2. This Land Is Your Land 3. Long Black Veil 4. On the Road Again 5. Be My Baby 6. Take Me Out To the Ballgame 7. In the Pines 8. Simple Twist of Fate 9. Carousel 10. Jesus, Etc. Tennessee Waltz 12. Star Spangled Banner Guitarist and composer Zacc Harris is best known for his work with Atlantis Quartet, winners of the 2015 McKnight Fellowship for Performing Musicians and City Pages Best Jazz Artist of 2011. danpink Saw a streaming concert that featured two of these numbers, and was so impressed I decided to buy it. A great selection of songs beautifully played by Zacc and his collaborators. Zacc Harris is a Minnesota based jazz guitarist best known for his work with Atlantis Quartet, Zacc Harris Group, and American. Tonight, Zacc Harris' American Reverie plays the Riverview Wine Bar from 7-9p before heading into the studio to record this week. Come check it out. All the Things You Are - Zacc Harris Trio Riverview Wine B. Closing track from American Reverie, an album by Twin Cities guitarist Zacc Harris, featuring Matt Peterson on bass and Lars-Erik Larson on this Album. Artist: Zacc Harris Genre: Jazz Label: Shifting Paradigm Records Catalog No: SPAR 123 Format: CD Release Date: 2017-05-19 Number of Discs: 1 UPC Code: 191079354214. FreeFreight Is Available. Click for Details List Price: Your Price: In Stock, usually ships in 3 - 5 days . Album Notes. Personnel: Zacc Harris guitar Lars-Erik Larson drums. Audio Mixer: Greg Schutte. Recording information: Bathtub Shrine Studio, Minneapolis, MN 10212016-10222016. Zacc Harris: American Reverie. Minneapolis-based guitaristcomposer Zacc Harris is mainly represented as a player here, interpreting a wide variety of American songs in the company of double bassist Matt Peterson and drummer Lars-Erik Larson. The selection of material does cover some obvious Americana folk selections, but there are several surprising choices and one original tune. The word reverie in the album title is appropriate, though, as all of the arrangements have a contemplative, sometimes daydream-like quality. American Recordings is the 81st album by the country singer Johnny Cash. It was released on April 26, 1994 by American Recordings, after it had changed its name from Def American. The album marked the beginning of a career resurgence for Cash, who was widely recognized as an icon of American music but whose record sales had suffered during the late 1970s and 1980s