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New CD "The Garden Above" from David Wells, Tony Gaboury, and Steve Grover

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On October 20, 2006, Invisible Music Records will release the new CD of the jazz collective featuring saxophonist David Wells, guitarist Tony Gaboury, and drummer Steve Grover, entitled The Garden Above (IM-2037). This recording features original compositions, standards, and jazz compositions, including a unique interpretation of the Sonny Rollins extended piece “Freedom Suite". The music of this trio is at times spacious, swinging, free, textural, intimate and always melodic.

In a new review from UpBeat magazine, Steve Feeney writes, “This music is where their hearts are ... The Garden Above is an album of real depth...[an] adventurous release by three veteran musicians who have reached a new level of individual and collective freedom."

The Garden Above is now available through CD Baby http://cdbaby.com/cd/dwtgsg

The Garden Above
David Wells, tenor saxophone
Tony Gaboury, guitar
Steve Grover, drums

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