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Stu Hunter - The Migration (2016)

27-01-2016, 21:42
Jazz | FLAC / APE

Title: The Migration
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: The Habitat Productions
Genre: Jazz
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 73:36
Total Size: 170 / 412 MB


1. Dawn Chorus 11:33
2. Eagle Fish 14:05
3. Revelation 01:14
4. Twelve Stages Of Freedom 10:34
5. Requiem For Belief 04:12
6. The River At Dusk 08:53
7. Goodnight My Love 01:53
8. MDu Moonshine 14:03
9. Land Of Gypsies 07:09

Stu Hunter - piano, percussion
Simon Barker - drums, percussion
Cameron Undy - acoustic & electric basses
Carl Dewhurst - guitars
Matt Keegan - tenor sax, baritone sax, alto clarinet
Julien Wilson - tenor sax, bass clarinet, clarinet
James Greening - trombone, pocket trumpet, tuba
Phil Slater - trumpet
Tina Harrod - vocals (5 & 8)
Katie Noonan - vocals (4)

The third in a series of critically acclaimed suites by composer/pianist Stu Hunter. Beginning with the muse (2007) and followed by the gathering (2010) - the migration lifts the roof off in it’s scope and intensity. Driving grooves and lush sonic landscapes form powerful scaffolds on which to drape rich harmonic complexity and deep emotive melodies.

The world is a seething melting pot like at no time before in it’s history. Ideas and cultural expressions race around the globe in an instant via the Internet. the migration is a response to modern life, love, family, cultural complexity and the blurring of cultural identity within the global diaspora. – performed by a world class ensemble featuring ten of Australia’s finest musicians.

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