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Waking Dreams

Label: MBR
Released: 2019
Track listing: 1. Zephyr 2. Palapa 3. Catamaran 4. Incognito 5. Axial Tilt 05:10 6. In a Secret Place 7. Quatro de Mayo 8. Borderlands 9. Pura Vida 10. Color of Light 11. Drive 12. Fujiyama 13. Road Trip 14. The Next Chapter

Waking Dreams

Label: Between Worlds Music
Released: 2011
Track listing: Prelude; Vijayanagara; Jet Lag; Manhattan Bridge; Indian Hill; Waking Dreams; Interlude; Same Coin; Shift in the Wind; Reflection; Clear the Rain; Nocturnal; Zaneta; Epilogue: Stillness.


Chris Dingman: Waking Dreams

Read "Waking Dreams" reviewed by David Rickert

Judging by Waking Dreams, Chris Dingman has spent a lot of time listening to Bobby Hutcherson's classic Blue Note albums. Given that his instrument of choice is the vibes, it should come as no surprise, but it's uncanny how much Dingman's debut resembles classics like Oblique (1967) and Patterns (1968) in sound and feel. Heck, there's ...


Clear the Rain

Label: Between Worlds Music
Released: 2011
Duration: 09:19


Chris Dingman: Waking Dreams

Read "Waking Dreams" reviewed by Mark F. Turner

Many jazz releases suffer from the same old “song and dance" syndrome--a couple of obligatory ballads (song narrative) sprinkled between numbers of up-tempo (dance) tracks. This repeated programming can get old very fast. But this is not the case with Waking Dreams , the long overdue and brilliant debut by vibraphonist Chris Dingman. ...


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