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Dan Siegel - Indigo (2014)

24-10-2015, 03:37
Music | Jazz | Smooth Jazz | FLAC / APE

Dan Siegel - Indigo (2014)

Artist: Dan Siegel
Title Of Album: Indigo
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Pony Canyon
Genre: Contemporary Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks) / MP3
Bitrate: Lossless / CBR 320 kBit/s
Total Time: 46:56 min
Total Size: 296 MB / 110 MB


01. To Be Continued [05:13]
02. By Chance [05:30]
03. Indigo [04:17]
04. Beyond [03:52]
05. Far and Away [04:45]
06. If Ever [05:01]
07. Spur of the Moment [04:31]
08. First Light [04:34]
09. Consider This [04:49]
10. Endless [05:05]


Dan Siegel: Piano, Keyboards
Bob Sheppard: Saxophone
Allen Hinds: Guitars
Mike Miller: Guitar on By Chance, Spur of the Moment
Brian Bromberg: Acoustic Bass
Will Kennedy: Drums
Craig Fundyga: Vibraphone
Lenny Castro: Percussion

As a veteran purveyor of smooth, moody and sophisticated contemporary jazz, composer/keyboardist Dan Siegel is an artist known for instrumental music of high taste and quality. Yet after a five-year hiatus from recording, he has just created what is easily the most inspired and meticulously-crafted collection of his career with his milestone 20th project, Indigo.

Thirty-plus years past his 1980 debut LP, Nite Ride, Siegel quietly removed himself from the rat race of the recording industry, submerged himself into his enlarged role as a music educator and gently massaged his creative musical muse with a non-rushed approach to composing and orchestrating his latest creations that are audibly superior in every dimension. "It takes time and a vision that you can't force to make quality music," Siegel states. I'm the slowest guy in the world when it comes to writing. I'll come up with 80 percent of a song in two hours then take a month to complete it working out every detail, refining and distilling an idea until I'm happy with it. There was no record company deadline pressure on me this time; all of the pressure came from within. It took me three years to be satisfied with the material, but the result is a worthy documentation of where I am as an artist today."



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