Title: The Nearest Exit May Be Inside Your Head
Style: Contemporary Jazz
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The Nearest Exit May Be Inside Your Head: Best 2 songs. David Bixler - Goat Check 06:53. David Bixler - Thinking Cap 07:07. Album: The Nearest Exit May Be Inside Your Head. David Bixler: best 2 tracks.
Indeed, he has himself recorded some of the tunes on this album. And, as far as this listener is concerned, it is the emotional power of Bixler’s music that makes his album something special. Playing with the saxophonist are trumpeter Scott Wendholdt and guitarist John Hart. Ugonna Okegwo plays bass, and the drummer is Andy Watson. He is original, but his originality is not what I would call radical. He works within the tradition. He is not looking to destroy it. The Nearest Exit May Be Inside Your Head is an album filled with inventive ideas and exciting artistry. Most importantly, it is filled with music you’ll want to hear and hear again. Tags eds-pick The Nearest Exit May Be Inside Your Head.
The Nearest Exit May Be Inside Your Head 2012. The Darkness Is My Closest Friend. The Nearest Exit May Be Inside Your Head 2012. The Nearest Exit May Be in Your Head. Thinking Cap.
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COM P & C 2008 8-TRACK MIND RECORDS Released in a standard jewel case with a 16-page booklet. Mould SID Code: IFPI HR03.
David Bixler is not one of those instrumentalists who get up close and personal. His play is somewhat detached, very intellectual and cerebral. To make an impression Mr. Bixler’s music makes its insidious way into the head.
|4||Three Dog Years||9:57|
|5||The Nearest Exit May Be Inside Your Head||7:00|
|9||The Darkness Is My Closest Friend||8:52|
- Recorded At – Twins Recording Studio
- Alto Saxophone, Composed By, Producer – David Bixler
- Bass – Ugonna Okegwo
- Design [Package Design] – Al Gold
- Drums – Andy Watson
- Engineer, Mixed By – Katherine Miller
- Executive-Producer – Joachim "Jochen" Becker*
- Guitar – John Hart
- Mastered By – Chris Aftoora*, Mark Bunce
- Photography By – Mariangela Chatzistamatiou
- Trumpet – Scott Wendholdt*
NotesRecorded on September 17, 2011 at Twins Recording Studio
David Bixler plays Selmer saxophones and uses Vandoren reeds and mouthpieces.
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