Chad Taylor Trio – The Daily Biological (2020) [FLAC 24 bit, 48 kHz]

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Artist: Chad Taylor Trio
Album: The Daily Biological
Genre: Jazz, Fusion
Release Date: 2020
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 48 kHz
Duration: 01:00:11
Total Tracks: 9
Total Size: 755 MB

Tracklist:

1. Chad Taylor Trio featuring Brian Settles and Neil Podgurski – The Shepherd (05:43)
2. Chad Taylor Trio featuring Brian Settles and Neil Podgurski – Prism (05:07)
3. Chad Taylor Trio featuring Brian Settles and Neil Podgurski – Swamp (07:18)
4. Chad Taylor Trio featuring Brian Settles and Neil Podgurski – Resistance (06:56)
5. Chad Taylor Trio featuring Brian Settles and Neil Podgurski – Matape (06:07)
6. Chad Taylor Trio featuring Brian Settles and Neil Podgurski – Birds, Leaves, Wind, Trees (08:40)
7. Chad Taylor Trio featuring Brian Settles and Neil Podgurski – Untethered (05:21)
8. Chad Taylor Trio featuring Brian Settles and Neil Podgurski – Recife (02:45)
9. Chad Taylor Trio featuring Brian Settles and Neil Podgurski – Between Sound and Silence (12:10)

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As the debut recording of an ensemble rooted in deep and abiding friendships The Daily Biological is a creatively roiling conversation. The unusual trio of drums (Chad Taylor), saxophone (Brian Settles) and piano (Neil Podgurski) creates tough and engaging music that unfurls in kinetic conversational bursts.Taylor is probably best known as co-founder of the Chicago Underground Duo with trumpeter Rob Mazurek (and the numerous Underground iterations. A professional on the Chicago scene from the age of 16, he’s worked with many of the most celebrated artists in improvised music including Fred Anderson, Pharoah Sanders, Nicole Mitchell, Matana Roberts, Ken Vandermark, Darius Jones, James Brandon Lewis, Jaimie Branch, Derek Bailey, Marc Ribot, and Peter Brötzmann, and has also led numerous acclaimed ensembles of his own.

The absence of a bass means all three players sometimes step into the low-end role. A musical problem to be solved “we all approached it differently,” Taylor says. “All of our tunes explore different ways to utilize a trio without a bass. You need to be really strong in your playing.”

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