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Spencer Zahn's second record for Cascine emerged from a series of piano sketches born of daily improvisations in Kingston, New York, where he relocated during the pandemic after 14 years in the buzz of Brooklyn. Inspired by the space and pace of upstate life, he explored a more restained, resonant mode of playing, letting chords delay all the way to silence, until the seeds of songs took shape. Zahn accompanied himself on upright bass, finessing each piece without cluttering it, focusing on the notion of "the instrument in a room."
Spencer Zahn's second record for Cascine emerged from a series of piano sketches born of daily improvisations in Kingston, New York, where he relocated during the pandemic after 14 years in the buzz of Brooklyn. Inspired by the space and pace of upstate life, he explored a more restained, resonant mode of playing, letting chords delay all the way to silence, until the seeds of songs took shape. Zahn accompanied himself on upright bass, finessing each piece without cluttering it, focusing on the notion of "the instrument in a room."
600246986177

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Format: Vinyl
Label: CASCINE
Rel. Date: 07/01/2022
UPC: 600246986177

Pale Horizon (White Teal & Beige) (Beig) [Colored Vinyl]
Artist: Spencer Zahn
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $22.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. In the Days of Slowness
2. Belonging
3. Sadly, Slowly
4. Wake
5. Miss You
6. When I Follow
7. In the Tall Grass
8. Curious Frame
9. Goodnight, Faintly
10. But for You
11. How to Say Goodbye
12. Hana, My Love

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Spencer Zahn's second record for Cascine emerged from a series of piano sketches born of daily improvisations in Kingston, New York, where he relocated during the pandemic after 14 years in the buzz of Brooklyn. Inspired by the space and pace of upstate life, he explored a more restained, resonant mode of playing, letting chords delay all the way to silence, until the seeds of songs took shape. Zahn accompanied himself on upright bass, finessing each piece without cluttering it, focusing on the notion of "the instrument in a room."
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