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FORQ

Available in 48 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC audio formats

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1
Lymaks
FORQ
6:14
2
Crush
FORQ
5:36
3
Burr
FORQ
5:02
4
Ultraviolet
FORQ
5:21
5
635 South
FORQ
2:28
6
Lenburu
FORQ
5:14
7
Gerard
FORQ
7:58
Total Playing Time    37:53
Consisting of Snarky Puppy founder and Grammy Award-winner Michael League on bass, his Snarky Puppy bandmate Chris McQueen on guitar, Rudder founder Henry Hey on keyboards and Jason "JT" Thomas on drums, FORQ is an all-star ensemble of sorts, but with the spirit and cohesiveness of a garage band. Though based in New York City, FORQ retains a subtle Texas accent, where League and Thomas established a fast friendship and musical rapport through almost two years of weekly gigs. Upon moving to New York, League formed a group deeply rooted in that distinctly Texan groove, with both the fire and inventiveness that the Big Apple is known for. This second album from FORQ was released in September 2015.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – GroundUP Music LLC Studio Masters

Tracks 1 - 7 – contains material which utilizes a limited amount of the available bandwidth

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