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Float Upstream

Tom Rainey Obbligato, Ralph Alessi, Ingrid Laubrock, Kris Davis, Drew Gress

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1
Stella by Starlight (from "The Uninvited")
Tom Rainey Obbligato
5:15
2
Beatrice
Tom Rainey Obbligato
6:21
3
What Is This Thing Called Love? (from "Wake Up and Dream")
Tom Rainey Obbligato
4:02
4
What's New
Tom Rainey Obbligato
10:35
5
There Is No Greater Love
Tom Rainey Obbligato
6:48
6
Float Upstream
Tom Rainey Obbligato
5:23
7
I Fall in Love Too Easily (from "Anchors Aweigh")
Tom Rainey Obbligato
4:53
Total Playing Time    43:17
Renowned American drummer Tom Rainey presents his second album with his band Obbligato, comprised of Ralph Alessi on trumpet, Ingrid Laubrock on saxophone, Kris Davis on piano, and Drew Gress on bass. Following on from their 2014 debut, Float Upstream sees the band meld laid back standards with the colourful original title piece, creating an engaging and expertly crafted release.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Intakt Records Studio Masters
Recorded at Brooklyn Recording in NYC
Produced by Tom Rainey, Intakt Records, and Patrik Landolt
Engineer: Andy Taub

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