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Trip

Mike Stern

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1
Trip
Mike Stern
7:24
2
Blueprint
Mike Stern
7:27
3
Half Crazy
Mike Stern
5:37
4
Screws
Mike Stern
7:21
5
Gone
Mike Stern
4:06
6
Whatchacallit
Mike Stern
6:44
7
Emilia
Mike Stern
5:33
8
Hope For That
Mike Stern
5:53
9
I Believe You
Mike Stern
5:03
10
Scotch Tape And Glue
Mike Stern
5:37
11
B Train
Mike Stern
5:20
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    66:05
“Having established himself as an imaginative technical wizard in the forefront of the fusion movement during the 1980's, guitarist Mike Stern has left an indelible mark on the way the instrument is utilized in the jazz idiom... Trip proves [Stern] has not lost any of his amazing musical prowess.”
- James Nadal, All About Jazz

Trip marks guitarist Mike Stern's 17th studio album and his return to performance and recording after a major accident in 2016. Featuring notable collaborators such as bassist Victor Wooton and drummer Dennis Chambers, Trip is a dizzying melding of funk, fusion, swing, and West African music, making for a triumphant and expertly crafted comeback for this jazz legend.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Concord Music Group Studio Masters

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