Unsayable Absence

by Dan Rosenboom

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Tadodaho 08:46
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Espionage 08:36
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Ideology 07:38
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A Great Need 12:07
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Catharsis 14:13

about

"A musician dedicated to exploration and expression, regardless of anyone's imagined boundaries."
— Chris Barton, Los Angeles Times

"One of the most original, exciting, adventurous groups in L.A. right now."
— Gary Fukushima, LA Weekly

"Young trumpet dynamo Dan Rosenboom, one of the more interesting Los Angeleno players, impresses with the fluidity of his ideas..."
— Josef Woodard, DownBeat Magazine

“[Dan] Rosenboom’s writing and the sound of the ensemble is unlike anything heard before. This is jazz for the 21st century.”
— Scott Yanow, author of thousands of articles for the All Music Guide to Jazz

"Unsayable Absence" is an exploration of cross-genre pollination over the backdrop of jazz; an experiment in stretching to the edge of the universe with one foot on the ground; a testament to the soul.

The phrase "Unsayable Absence" is taken from a Rumi poem entitled "Listening." This poem is appropriately inscribed on the ceiling of the Blue Whale directly above the stage. For me the "unsayable absence" is the space in one's heart that opens when ego is purged - a space where the energy of the universe can enter, grow, and ultimately transport one to a higher state of consciousness.

credits

released January 19, 2013

Dan Rosenboom - Trumpet and Flugelhorn
Gavin Templeton - Alto Saxophone and Flute
Jon Armstrong - Tenor Saxophone and Clarinet
Brian Walsh - Baritone Saxophone and Bass Clarinet
Rory Cowal - Piano
Hamilton Price - Bass
Matt Mayhall - Drums

This album was recorded live at The Blue Whale on May 5th and June 20th, 2012 in Los Angeles, CA.

Sound Engineered by Masa Tsuzuki
Mixed and Mastered by Dan Rosenboom

Cover Art by Eron Rauch

All music composed and arranged by Daniel Rosenboom (ASCAP).
All music © Daniel Rosenboom Music (ASCAP), 2013.
All Rights Reserved.

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