The summer months bring a welcome flurry of sound to Glover Gardens. Our Musical Millennial is home from the University of Texas where he’s studying Jazz Composition, and is busy writing, playing, recording and mixing new tunes. Other young musicians who are home for the summer drop in late at night and carry their instruments upstairs to the cluttered lair where the keyboards, amps and computers wait to come alive.
I love it.
Music, laughter and earnest debate about how to ramp up and tweak their collaborative creations drift downstairs to the Grill-Meister and me, and I know that all is right with the world.
Here’s the newest offering, Familiar Territory. It was written by another musical millennial, one of my son’s frequent recording and playing partners. It’s posted in my son’s Bandcamp site where you can download it for just $1 or stream it for free. (I have a bet with him about how many purchases this post might stimulate from loyal Glover Gardens followers, but hey, no pressure!)
It’s a fun tune to listen to, and was obviously fun to record.
Watch this space! These two are planning to write and record enough new material for an album before heading back to their respective colleges. And there’s an upcoming gig at Cezanne in Houston on July 14, for any of you locals that want to hear them live.
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(cover photo © Mallory Frenza)
4 thoughts on “The Jazzy Sounds of Summer at Glover Gardens”
Hmmmmm… It’s good. Sounds a lot like Lee Ritenour’s work during the late 1970’s or early 80s. Trying to decide if we should buy it and leave a message. Hahahahaha.
LOL! Glad you like it.