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Todd Brunel's "Vortex Live" CD and Digital Download Now Available

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The Vortex Live features some of the best moments of the Vortex Series captured live between 2007-2010. Each piece is an original work created by invited artists, with all collaborations happening for the first time.

The Vortex Live features:

Todd Brunel clarinets, Rob Bethel cello, Esther Viola oboe, Andrew Hickman tenor sax (tracks 1 and 4), Dave Maxwell piano, Kevin Frenette} guitar, {{Junko Simons cello (track 7), Blake Newman double bass, Yael Bat shimon violin (track 8), Jonathan LaMaster violin (track 6), Tom Hall tenor sax (track 2),Geni Skendo flute and shakuhachi (track 8), Daryl Shawn guitar (track 6), Matt Davignon drum machine (track 7),John McClellan drums.

Most tracks recorded live at Outpost 186 in Cambridge, Massachusetts and at the Cambridge YMCA by David Lee. Ripple Affect and Miasma recorded by Brett Rautenberg at Outpost 186. Cover art: Paul Dobler. Editing: Todd Brunel. Mastering: by Pamela Marshall and Spindrift Recording services.

Produced by: the Vortex Series and Todd Brunel. Special thanks to: Rob Chalfen and all artists for their contribution to this album.

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