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Dark Wood, Dark Water

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Three Pillars; Blackbird; Nightmare's Dance; Lock Down; Home; Bock's Car; Anatomy of Conscience; Dreamscape; The Oracle.

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Chad McCullough: Dark Wood, Dark Water

Read "Dark Wood, Dark Water" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

Seattle-based trumpeter Chad McCullough has assembled a North-West all-star line-up for his debut release, Dark Wood, Dark Water, mixing it up with Origin Records regulars on an inspired, modern-leaning post-bop outing.On “Three Pillar," a silky three-horn harmony blows in like a brisk wind in the embrace of the top-tier rhythm team of bassist Jeff ...

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Label: Origin Records
Released: 2009
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Chad McCullough: Dark Wood, Dark Water

Read "Dark Wood, Dark Water" reviewed by John Barron

Seattle trumpeter/composer Chad McCullough makes his recording debut as a leader with Dark Wood, Dark Water, a diverse sextet outing featuring eight original compositions and a fresh take on the Lennon/McCartney classic “Blackbird." Along with the all-star rhythm section of pianist Bill Anschell, bassist Jeff Johnson and Drummer John Bishop, McCullough is joined by saxophonists Mark ...


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