Update: Brownman’s Gravitation: A Study In Freefall available on iTunes
Checkout the longer Brownman post just published on Studio Manifesto – The Making of A Brownman Album.
Congratulations to Brownman on the completion of his amazing new electric jazz album. Brownman’s camp have announced that the Brownman Electryc Trio are releasing the new full length album. Recorded at Euphonic Sound, Gravitation: A Study In FreeFall, drops on June 28th. Details on the album and the release event (June 28 and 29) below.
IT’S FINALLY TIME!!!!
BROWNMAN ELECTRYC TRIO — CD RELEASE!!!
featuring US bass monster DAMIAN ERSKINE on 6-string
Last 2-nights of the TD Toronto Jazz Fest!!!
Fri-Jun-28 & Sat-Jun-29
@ Mây, Toronto
876 Dundas Street West, Toronto, ON. (416) 568-5510
$20 at the door | $15 advanced list
(email email@example.com to get on adv list
& don’t forget to mention which day you’re interested in)
[ Part of the TORONTO DOWNTOWN JAZZ FESTIVAL ]
NOTE: During these 2 live shows only — the new CD will be only $10! AND, if you email andrew@brownman with the passcode “euphoinc” in the subject line you will be added to a reduced price list and pay $15 at the door!
From Press Release: “The Trinidadian-born multi-award winning, always bombastic electric jazz iconoclast is joined on this new CD release — GRAVITATION: A STUDY IN FREEFALL — by acclaimed American 6-string electric bassist Damian Erskine (bassist for the Jaco Pastorius Big Band & member of Peter Erskine’s New Trio) and 5 other acclaimed Canadian electric bassists! However, Toronto audiences will be thrilled to see Damian flying in to join the BROWNMAN ELECTRYC TRIO for the 2-night Toronto Jazz Fest CD Release extravaganza for what’s sure to be an unforgettable night of modern electric jazz. The energized threesome of Brownman, Colin Kingsmore & Damian Erskine will be dazzling audiences with all the tunes from both the Juggernaut CD, and this brand new CD — which features 11 tracks of inspired material, including 4 Brownman originals, 6 twisted standards & Brown’s take on “Splatch” – a Miles Davis track from the 80’s. You won’t want to miss this chance to see Brownman and Erskine on stage together, and to grab a copy of GRAVITATION at the show.