Rush Hour Traffic by Yaniv Taubenhouse
From the album
About the Album
Moments in Trio Volume Three: Roads is comprised of music influenced by the many crossroads we face in life, and in music, the effect of the choices we make, and the journey we find ourselves on with each decision, both monumental and mundane. Taubenhouse elaborates that, “although we think we might know which path to follow to a specific destination, we often end up in a completely different place, and the artist's goal or vision is continually shaped by his/her experiences along the way. It is crucial for artists to stay focused on their vision, but also to remember that the magic often happens when least expected and one should remain open and receptive to those moments when they arrive. In music, the magic happens between the notes and in jazz, especially in a trio, it’s the subtext of the conversation between the three musicians that creates those special moments. If the road is the musical journey, then perhaps the song is the vehicle that transports us. Or if the song is the road, then the musical instruments might be the vehicle. It’s really up to the imagination to decide but either way, there are no journeys without roads and without journeys the roads would be empty. As we move forward on our path, the contour of our journey is revealed, and the map of our unique path unravels.”
Blue Forest; Rush Hour Traffic; Prayer; You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To; Sailing Over the Horizon; Morning Night; Boo Boo’s Birthday; Flow; Star Eyes; Roads.
- Moments In Trio Volume Three: Roads by Mike Jurkovic
- Moments In Trio Volume Three: Roads by Friedrich Kunzmann
February 26, 2021
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