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'Within A Song' John Abercrombie

John Abercrombie
Jul 13, 2012 Updated Jul 27, 2012

US guitarist John Abercrombie explores his jazz influences from the 1960s with this new release.

Tracks on the album

1. 'Where Are You'
2. 'Easy Rider'
3. 'Within A Song / Without A Song'
4. 'Flamenco Sketches'
5. 'Nick Of Time'
6. 'Blues Connotation'
7. 'Wise One'
8. 'Interplay'
9. 'Sometime Ago'

In the band

John Abercrombie; guitar
Joe Lovano; tenor
Drew Gress; bass
Joey Baron; drums

CD: Within A Song (ECM 2254)
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Artist Biography

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John Laird Abercrombie (born December 16, 1944) is an American jazz guitarist, composer and bandleader. His work often explores jazz fusion, post bop, free jazz and avant-garde jazz. Abercrombie studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. He recorded his debut album, Timeless with Manfred Eicher's ECM label, and has recorded principally with this label since. Abercrombie has...

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