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Time Travel

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Bridge To Nowhere (feat. Dave Douglas, Jon Irabagon, Linda Oh, Matt Mitchell & Rudy Royston)
8:25
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Time Travel (feat. Dave Douglas, Jon Irabagon, Linda Oh, Matt Mitchell & Rudy Royston)
6:21
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Law of Historical Memory (feat. Dave Douglas, Jon Irabagon, Linda Oh, Matt Mitchell & Rudy Royston)
8:22
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Beware of Doug (feat. Dave Douglas, Jon Irabagon, Linda Oh, Matt Mitchell & Rudy Royston)
5:49
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Little Feet (feat. Dave Douglas, Jon Irabagon, Linda Oh, Matt Mitchell & Rudy Royston)
9:16
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Garden State (feat. Dave Douglas, Jon Irabagon, Linda Oh, Matt Mitchell & Rudy Royston)
5:35
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The Pigeon and the Pie (feat. Dave Douglas, Jon Irabagon, Linda Oh, Matt Mitchell & Rudy Royston)
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Total Tracks: 7   Total Length: 53:59

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Wondering Sound

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Steve Holtje

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Steve Holtje is a Brooklyn-based poet and composer. His most recent completed project is a setting of five selections from James Joyce's Pomes Penyeach for sing...more »

04.17.13
Dave Douglas Quintet, Time Travel
2013 | Label: Greenleaf Music / Entertainment One Distribution

The seven tracks here come from the same April 2012 session as last year’s Be Still, with the same then-new band: tenor saxophonist Jon Irabagon, pianist Matt Mitchell, bassist Linda Oh and drummer Rudy Royston (minus the guest vocalist on Be Still). Unsurprisingly, sometimes the mood and style are similar to that collection: contemplative modal tunes with the sort of elliptical, elusive melodic twists heard in classic Wayne Shorter material, but within a 21st-century milieu… read more »

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