Get Up by William Carn
From the album
Album Title: Choices
Label: Self Produced
About the Album
William Carn is one of Canada’s leading contemporary jazz trombonists and composers. Together with his wife, saxophonist Tara Davidson, he has released three critically acclaimed albums with their Juno nominated band Carn Davidson 9. He is also a member of Ernesto Cervini’s Juno winning six-piece group Turboprop. CHOICES - his latest release - is the culmination of 2+ years of work during the COVID-19 pandemic, and a major stylistic departure. When the global lockdowns transpired in March 2020 (and persisted over the next two years), the sudden loss of all performing, touring, and recording was an unfortunate new reality for musicians worldwide. Carn saw these circumstances as an opportunity to explore a different means of making music on his own. This technologically driven endeavour led to the music heard on CHOICES. This collection was conceived, composed, and recorded at Carn’s home, and recorded from the respective homes of the guest musicians he invited to contribute to the project. With the help of Toronto producer HiFiLo (aka Todd Pentney), this recording was augmented, edited, and mixed remotely as well. The compositions on CHOICES were all inspired by various major events from the past two and a half years: the fear of the unknown, BLM & HK protests, the war in Ukraine, the passing of their beloved eldest cat, as well as general feelings of gratitude and love. The two central themes of this recording: Reaction and Reflection. Choices was released worldwide on Friday, February 3rd 2023
Breathe In; The Inertia of Complacency; Heroyim Slava; Get Up; Goodbye Old Freind; The gift; Breathe Out.
William Carn: trombone, vocals, keyboards; HiFiLo (aka Todd Pentney): Keyboards (2-5); William Sperandei: trumpet (2, 4); Kelly Jefferson: tenor saxophone (2); Jesse Ryan: alto saxophone (4); Ernesto Cervini: drums (2); Larnell Lewis: drums (4).
- Choices by Dan McClenaghan
February 22, 2023
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