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Fieldtrip

Fieldtrip is a Montreal based jazz trio with an extensive and diverse repertoire comprised primarily of original compositions and reinterpretations of music from a variety of genres including jazz, folk, hip-hop, rock and popular music. All of their music serves as a vehicle for spontaneous self expression and interaction through the energetic and trusting relationship they have fostered since their formation in September, 2005. In 2005, Fieldtrip was awarded a professional development grant by the Prince Edward Island Council of the Arts to record an album of their original works. This album features a diverse array of compositions by double bassist Pat Reid written in response to his experiences volunteering and traveling in Uganda, Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania and Ethiopia in the winter of 2006

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Article: Album Review

Fieldtrip: No Destination

Read "No Destination" reviewed by Jerry D'Souza


Fieldtrip, a Montreal-based trio comprising alto saxophonist Colin Power, bassist Patrick Reid and drummer Mark Nelson, was formed in 2005 after they graduated from the jazz program at McGill University. The trio builds its music largely in a contemporary frame with elements of classical and new wave music. Much of the mood they evoke is placid ...

Album

No Destination

Label: Addo Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: I Am the Imposter; Hymn (The Fringe is My Home); A Wolf in a Sweater; Here to Resilience; Sounds on Silence; Sweet Insignificance; Do Not As I Do; Samadhi; Grass Stains; No Destination.

Album

Fieldtrip

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2007


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