Food is Medicine Out To Dinner

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Label: Posi-Tone Records

Genre: Jazz

Subgenre: Bebop

Artist: Out To Dinner

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  • 1Dinner Is Served04:32
  • 2Waiting For Takeoff05:23
  • 3The Slope Of The Blues04:25
  • 4After KW04:04
  • 5We Dare05:50
  • 6We Will Know06:50
  • 7Inner City Blues05:09
  • 8Sisters Of Mine04:24
  • Total Runtime40:37

Info for Food is Medicine

The fourth release in the "Out To Dinner" series, "Food Is Medicine" continues to steer the musical message gently outward along an ambitious course. With each subsequent release, we are seeking to expand the aesthetic sensibilities of our traditional audience. "Food Is Medicine" is a companion piece to "Episodes of Grace,” released earlier this year, and showcases the combined efforts of the same five capable composer bandleader virtuosos. This album contains a full prescription of auditory delights and delivers healthy dosages of vibraphonist Behn Gillece, trombonist Ryan Keberle and saxophonist Patrick Cornelius moving freely over the solid harmonic foundation of bassist Boris Kozlov and the explosive metrics of drummer Rudy Royston. While tastes may vary, these focused and adventurous performances will certainly encourage jazz fans to fortify their musical feasts with an increasingly diverse diet featuring more of these "different flavors."

Patrick Cornelius, alto saxophone
Behn Gillece, vibraphone
Ryan Keberle, trombone
Boris Kozlov, double bass, electric bass
Rudy Royston, drums & percussion

Out To Dinner
Different Flavors is the 4th collective album to stem from producer Marc Free’s fertile mind, is by far the boldest. It’s both a salute to the pioneering spirit of Alfred Lion and a step into the unknown. This album taps into an instrumental format and open-minded approach associated with expansive early ‘60s Blue Note releases like Out To Lunch, One Step Beyond and Destination…Out!, & Evolution.

This album contains no booklet.

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