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2018's Camden Session is a snapshot of Butcher Brown's explosive energy, groove-heavy sequences, and unrivalled togetherness. Their playing is modern and innovative, yet contains rich echoes of Weather Report, Return to Forever, early Earth Wind and Fire, and Zappa. DJ Harrison is broadly seen as the visionary in an albeit egalitarian band. His keys provide the harmonic colors around which drummer Corey Fonville's (Christian Scott, Nicholas Payton) muscular delivery and bassist Andrew Randazzo's effortless cool pulsate. Multi-instrumentalist Marcus Tenney on saxophone/trumpet and Morgan Burr's guitar complete the quintet. Recorded at Mark Ronson's Zelig Studios and cut live to disc at Gearbox Records in London using their legendary all-analogue signal path. Engineered by the legendary Tony Platt. No edits, no overdubs.
2018's Camden Session is a snapshot of Butcher Brown's explosive energy, groove-heavy sequences, and unrivalled togetherness. Their playing is modern and innovative, yet contains rich echoes of Weather Report, Return to Forever, early Earth Wind and Fire, and Zappa. DJ Harrison is broadly seen as the visionary in an albeit egalitarian band. His keys provide the harmonic colors around which drummer Corey Fonville's (Christian Scott, Nicholas Payton) muscular delivery and bassist Andrew Randazzo's effortless cool pulsate. Multi-instrumentalist Marcus Tenney on saxophone/trumpet and Morgan Burr's guitar complete the quintet. Recorded at Mark Ronson's Zelig Studios and cut live to disc at Gearbox Records in London using their legendary all-analogue signal path. Engineered by the legendary Tony Platt. No edits, no overdubs.
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Format: Vinyl
Label: GEARBOX
Rel. Date: 06/25/2021
UPC: 4571524500087

Camden Session
Artist: Butcher Brown
Format: Vinyl
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2018's Camden Session is a snapshot of Butcher Brown's explosive energy, groove-heavy sequences, and unrivalled togetherness. Their playing is modern and innovative, yet contains rich echoes of Weather Report, Return to Forever, early Earth Wind and Fire, and Zappa. DJ Harrison is broadly seen as the visionary in an albeit egalitarian band. His keys provide the harmonic colors around which drummer Corey Fonville's (Christian Scott, Nicholas Payton) muscular delivery and bassist Andrew Randazzo's effortless cool pulsate. Multi-instrumentalist Marcus Tenney on saxophone/trumpet and Morgan Burr's guitar complete the quintet. Recorded at Mark Ronson's Zelig Studios and cut live to disc at Gearbox Records in London using their legendary all-analogue signal path. Engineered by the legendary Tony Platt. No edits, no overdubs.

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