The House of the Rising Sun

Dylan Taylor

The House of the Rising Sun
Performed By Dylan Taylor
Album UPC 614531116156
CD Baby Track ID TR0000079817
Label Dylan Taylor
Released 2013-12-13
BPM 144
Rated 0
ISRC usx9p1319421
Year 2013
Spotify Plays 115
Writers
Writer traditional
Pub Co Dylan Taylor
Composer Traditional
Clearance Sync & All Media Uses
Rights Controlled Master and Public Domain
Rights Easy Clear: Public Domain
Original/Cover/Public Domain public domain
Country United States - Pennsylvania

Description

More than just another jazz record - multiple genres weave in and out, taking the listener through turns of Afro-Cuban, fusion, straight ahead, blues, avant-garde, and more.

Notes

Sweeter for the Struggle is more than just another jazz release in 2013. Dylan Taylor sees the album, and the larger dialogue of jazz in our modern times, as hope for the new world. People from all backgrounds can come together and take part in this tradition. Much like a lotus flower emerges from the mud, jazz has emerged from oppressive and turbulent times to be a music that is of pure beauty.

Multiple genres weave in and out of the record, showing the diversity of Taylor's tastes, all held together with his identifiable bass stylings and perpetual groove. The album will take you through turns of Afro-Cuban, fusion, straight ahead, blues, avant-garde, and more.

Masterful talents, the likes of Bobby Zankel, Tom Lawton, Craig McIver, Bob Meashey, and Steve Tirpak all gratefully and gracefully join in on the production, each lending their own voice so that the sum is truly greater than the parts. Not only that, but the great Larry Coryell, a longtime friend of Taylor's, is also featured on the album quite generously. In fact, the new recording of “Low-Lee-Tah," a Coryell tune, is the fulfillment of a boyhood dream of Taylor's - to record this groundbreaking fusion composition with the composer himself.


Recorded at Forge Recording in Oreland, PA

Mixed and engineered by Ron DiSilvestro except “The House of the Rising Sun” and “Low-Lee-Tah,” engineered by Brendan McGeehan

Mastered by the Mastering House, Inc. in Pottstown, PA

All tunes © Dylan Taylor (BMI) except “Low-Lee-Tah” © Larry Coryell (BLUE PARASOL OBO EL-CEE MUSIC),“The Next Time I See You” © Bobby Zankel (Astara Miriam Publishing), “Invitation” © Bronislau Kaper, and “The House of the Rising Sun” arranged by Dylan Taylor

Artwork by Sean Taylor, Periann Richmond-Taylor and Dylan Taylor
Layout by Dan Nosheny

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