A super swinging 12 bar blues bass line by Ken Lister kicks off this peppy toe-tapper featuring a very tasty sax solo by the one the only Campbell Ryga. Also featuring solos by Chris Sigerson and Ken Lister, “Smooth Move” lives up to its name by delivering the smoothest vibes this side of the Hudson River…
A tasty bossa-nova cruise into the evening air courtesy of the dream team ensemble of Chris Sigerson, Chris Gestrin, Ken Lister, Craig Scott and Benjamin Sigerson. Evoking another place and time, “Moonlight Memories” delivers sublime chemistry and grooviness to spare. A deeply vibey live performance by the very best players in jazz.
A warm analog stand up bass, sweet sax lead line and super tasteful piano accompaniment take this chilled out three piece ensemble to the next level of mellow. A super old school clinic in cool to gaze at the city lights in the distance by…
A solo electric piano leads us in to a tasty two step groove, featuring deftly executed, super vibey piano leads by the one and only Chris Sigerson. “The Softest of Eyes” is a mid-tempo ensemble piece that features Ken Lister, Craig Scott and Benjamin Sigerson, with plenty of sublime organ soloing courtesy of the great Chris Gestrin. “The Softest Of Eyes” is an ‘old school jazz’ instant classic.
A tasty mellow lead organ takes us on a trip to chills-ville, complimented by a beautiful piano ad lib solo, “The One For Me” delivers the soundtrack to your super mellow nightcap in that New York City loft… just you and that special someone.
Like a subtle serenade to lovers, “Recollection” has that late night city vibe in spades. Featuring a sublime piano performance by the one and only Chris Sigerson, acoustic bass by the incredible Ken Lister and the masterful Campbell Ryga on sax to round it all out and set your evening off in the right direction.
A sublime melodic musical offering that evokes 70s era television show theme songs. Highlighting mellotrons, Fender Rhodes and unique, yet familiar sounding organs “Evening Air” takes you on a mellow, ambient sounding night drive into the city’s underbelly… all set to a tasty little percussive backbeat.
A remarkable melodic composition that does not fit in to the regular jazz mold. Glockenspiels and mellotrons create the most sublime ambience, finally giving way to a super deep acid-jazz drum groove. Featuring transcendent chemistry between Chris Gestrin and Chris Sigerson’s e-piano and Hammond solos, “First Snow” takes the listener to some seriously incredible places. Somewhat reminiscent of themes to popular 70’s television shows.
An inspiring, melodic piano-led solo piece that brings a sense of inspiring magic to the proceedings. Evoking a sense of timeless wonder, “Quiet Path” will have you contemplating nature’s beauty and wide open spaces…
An incredible melancholy upright piano leads into a breathtaking ambient creative space, which builds slowly in response to interplay amongst a synth cello, synth bass and layered pads. A sonic gift to the troubled mind and a pleasure to take in, "Project Untitled" features a huge synthetic choir pad that takes us out with grave dignity and substantial gravitas.
A delightfully delicate interplay between classical harp and improv jazz piano lead off this experimental, ambient ensemble performance that features sparse percussion elements. A perfect nightcap for your evening taking in the sights and sounds of 60’s New York.
A sublimely delicate ballad featuring the talents of Benjamin Sigerson, “For You Who Owns the Moon” strikes a pitch-perfect balance between old school torch song and rich spacious ambient piano performance, embodying the sentiment of loneliness and longing. An exquisitely written and performed piece that is both timeless and contemporary.
This Chris Sigerson penned instant classic, “Fat Boy Blues” delivers about as much swing as is permitted by law. An uptempo bluesy number that’s about as cool as it gets, Chris delivers the goods via some incredible piano and e-piano solos. “Fat Boy” takes things to another level as the groove factor reaches critical mass and offers up a veritable clinic in jazz- it just doesn’t get better than this!
A graceful electric piano intro leads us into a sublime soundscape of solitary sounding ambience. Featuring a variety of beautifully arranged keyboards to round out and fill in the sonic architecture, “Autumn Wind” is a melodic trancelike masterpiece.
A dynamic little bossa-nova beat takes us on a visceral journey to another place and time. Chris Sigerson and Chris Gestrin lead with electric piano and harmonica respectively… is it Paris by night… 1964? You decide!
Take a nostalgic trip to France courtesy of your musical pilots Chris Gestrin and Chris Sigerson. Featuring chiller than chill electric pianos and a whimsical chromatic harmonica, “Nostalgic” immerses you in the ambience of Paris and that chance romance that just wasn’t meant to be…
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