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'Find The Way' Aaron Parks

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Jul 27, 2017 Updated Jul 31, 2017

For his sophomore album on ECM, pianist Aaron Parks has convened a new trio of American heavyweights.


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Following up a widely acclaimed solo album, pianist and composer Aaron Parks recently launched a new record alongside a new trio - with Ben Street on bass and Billy Hart on the drums. It's called Find The Way, and features a series of introspective originals by the New York City-based musician.

Tracks in this feature

1. 'Adrift'
2. 'Song for Sashou'
3. 'Unravel'
4. 'Hold Music'
5. 'The Storyteller'
6. 'Alice'
7. 'First Glance'
8. 'Melquíades'
9. 'Find The Way' (Ian Bernard)

All compositions by Aaron Parks, except where indicated.
CD: Find The Way by Aaron Parks, Ben Street and Billy Hart (ECM Records 2489); audio available for 1 month after initial feature week.
Image: Aaron Parks' Website
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Aaron Parks (born October 7, 1983, in Seattle, Washington) is a jazz pianist. Personal: Parks studied at the University of Washington at the age of 14 through the Transition School and Early Entrance Program as a double major in computer science and music. At 15 he was selected to participate in the GRAMMY High School Jazz Ensembles which inspired him to move to New York City and transfer to...

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