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Recorded in one take, this piece was inspired by the jazz fusion group Weather Report, the classic rock of The Who and features a finale section reminiscent of 20th Century Avante Garde. Fusing those three unlikely aesthetic elements, Skafish achieves a thunderous and bombastic piece. The longest creation on the album, this is an arrangement for lovers of jazz and jazz fusion.

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This is an instrumental jazz piano trio track.

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from Tidings of Comfort and Joy: A Jazz Piano Trio Christmas, track released May 15, 2006
Skafish: Piano
Lawrence Kohut: Electric Bass
Tom Hipskind: Drums, Gong and Percussion

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Skafish Chicago, Illinois

Chicago and Indiana's first punk, new wave, alternative, indie and underground rock artist, and a pioneer of these art forms internationally. Skafish made his first record in 1970, has released 7 LP’s, toured/performed with such artists as The Police, Ramones, Iggy Pop, XTC, UB-40, Stranglers, The Cramps, English Beat, Sha Na Na, Scorpions, & U-2, and appeared in the film "Urgh! A Music War! ... more

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