|Add Date:||2006-07-30||Pull Date:||2006-10-01||Charts:||Jazz|
|Week Ending:||Oct 1||Sep 10||Aug 27||Aug 13||Aug 6|
|1.||Aug 05, 2023:||Music Casserole
|4.||Sep 29, 2006:||Memory Select
|2.||Jul 31, 2007:||Alban Stands There
|5.||Sep 08, 2006:||Memory Select: Dewey Redman, RIP
|3.||Oct 13, 2006:||Music to Wear a Beard To
|6.||Aug 25, 2006:||Memory Select
On a totally irrelevent note, it's surprising to find out this is our only catalogued album with the title "Mars." I mean, I wouldn't expect it to be the most popular title or anything ... but the *only* one?! Surprising.
1- Nicely digging pulse, upbeat, with breaks for different rhythms. Slow start.
2- Slow. Ominous swirls
3- Perky chamber feel, mid/fast. Gets lopingly swingy later, w/nice clarinet solo
4- Catchy Euro-folk theme, upbeat with a touch of sadness
5- Slowish wandering with what might be didjeridoo.
6- Quirky mid/fast jazzy stuff. Long, really quiet intro; also a lengthy sparse middle that includes a nice unaccompanied clarinet solo
7- Bouncy and fast, a breezy kind of classical. Later, weird sounds from the bass clarinet.
8- Fairly fast classical doodlings. Serious, with some agile group work
9- Snaky, swampy sounds that build into an avant-hoedown! and some fast soloing beyond that
|1.||Goodbye Earth||5.||Valles Marineris|
|2.||Chryse Planitia||6.||Olympus Mons|
|3.||Tempe Terra||7.||Newton Basin|
|4.||Elysium Planitia||8.||Chasma Boreale|
|9.||Back To Earth|