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Generations Quartet Flow

Generations Quartet Flow

Musicians:

  • Joe Fonda – bass
  • Michael Jefry Stevens – piano
  • Emil Gross – drums
  • Oliver Lake – saxophone

 

 

Track list:

  1. Rollin’ (Lake) 8:58
  2. Me Without Bella (Fonda) 17:24
  3. Mantra #2 (Stevens) 12:43
  4. Flow (Lake) 11:11
  5. La Dirge de la Fleuer (Stevens) 7:31
  6. Read This (Fonda) 5:40
  7. Coda (Stevens) 2:31

Release information:

Recorded:

live at the Bunker Ulmenwall in Bielefeld, Germany on October 30, 2016

Credits:

Co-produced by the Bunker Ulmenwall, Wolfgang Gross, Joe Fonda, Emil Gross and Michael Jefry Stevens
Sound Engineer – Karl Godejohann
Mixed and Mastered by – Karl Godejohann
Special Thanks to Zupan Iztok and Klopotec Records; to Udo Preiss for the idea that became the Generations Quartet; Marek Winiarski for his tireless support of creative music
Cover art by Oliver Lake
Music by Joe Fonda and Michael Jefry Stevens (GEMA)
Music by Oliver Lake (Talkin’ Stick Music –SESAC)
Michael Jefry Stevens is a Steinway Artist

Released: 2016
Label: NotTwo

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Recording: Generations Quartet Flow
Released: 2016
Label: NotTwo
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