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Bicoastal Collective: Chapter One

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All Music Guide - Adam Greenberg
Originally hailing from San Francisco and Nova Scotia, the co-leaders of the newly-minted Bicoastal Collective Paul Tynan and Aaron Lington met in Texas and later formed a band with college acquaintances, also hailing from throughout North America. After an introductory and outstanding jazz waltz that sounds like a small big band is at work, the collective moves into a long series of pieces showcasing elements of sound throughout trumpeter Paul Tynan's development and career. The movements build slowly one by one, increasing in energy and in ornamentation as they go, and increasing the influence of the trumpet to the overall sound. This is where the album really starts ...
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All Music Guide - Adam Greenberg
Originally hailing from San Francisco and Nova Scotia, the co-leaders of the newly-minted Bicoastal Collective Paul Tynan and Aaron Lington met in Texas and later formed a band with college acquaintances, also hailing from throughout North America. After an introductory and outstanding jazz waltz that sounds like a small big band is at work, the collective moves into a long series of pieces showcasing elements of sound throughout trumpeter Paul Tynan's development and career. The movements build slowly one by one, increasing in energy and in ornamentation as they go, and increasing the influence of the trumpet to the overall sound. This is where the album really starts to pick up. Bit by bit, the band adds their individual elements, growing careful grooves and solos along the way. The collection of instruments in the band gives a nice range of possible coloration to the affair, and the bandleaders make full use of that along the way with their compositions all originals on the album. The color is there throughout, though the energy ebbs and flows a bit. There's a lot of potential in the outfit and in the concept, but there's more development to be had still. Be on the lookout for a future "Chapter Two" and see where the collective has gone.
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  • Release Date: 2/17/2009
  • Label: Oa2
  • UPC: 805552205121
  • Catalog Number: 22051

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Paul Tynan Primary Artist, Trumpet, Flugelhorn
Stefan Karlsson Piano
Kevin Brunkhorst Guitar
John Shifflett Bass
Wayne Wallace Trombone, Tuba
John L. Worley Jr. Trumpet
Tom Luer Flute, Tenor Saxophone
Stockton Helbing Drums
Aaron Lington Bass Clarinet, Baritone Saxophone
Bobby Selvaggio Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone
Technical Credits
Scott Yanow Liner Notes
Paul Tynan Arranger, Composer, Producer
Aaron Lington Arranger, Composer, Producer, Mastering
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