Working Song

from Wabi Sabi by Tiptons Sax Quartet & Drums

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Inspired by traditional field hollers, a type of work song created by African-American slaves working on cotton plantations, not meant to keep strict rhythm with the work, but to express the feelings of the workers.

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from Wabi Sabi, released January 1, 2021
Composed and arranged by Sue Orfield, Red Cedar Records, BMI.

Amy Denio: alto sax, voice
Jessica Lurie: soprano sax, voice
Sue Orfield: tenor sax
Tina Richerson: baritone sax
Robert Kainar: drums

Recorded by Floyd Reitsma at Studio LITHO in Seattle in January, 2020.
Mixed by Floyd Reitsma and the Tiptons.
Mastered by Rachel Field @ Resonant Mastering in Seattle.
Artwork by Waldemar Kufner

Released on Sowiesound Records
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Tiptons Sax Quartet & Drums Seattle, Washington

Based in New York, Seattle, and Eau Claire, the Tiptons perform original compositions and arrangements of world music on saxes, clarinet, voices and drums/percussion. With music that covers musical territory from New Orleans “second – line” to jazz, Afro-Cuban to Balkan, Klezmer and beyond, the Tiptons create some of the wildest sounds ever to come out of a sax quartet.. ... more

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