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New Doug White Quintet album defined by intriguing melodic sensibilities
(Published: October 07, 2018)

The Doug White Quintet is a group that combines fine musicianship with intriguing melodic sensibilities and unique songwriting skills.

Their most recent studio release is an album titled Forever, which shines a light on the group's forward-thinking abilities and passion for music as a form of expression and artistry. The sound of this band blurs the lines between classic jazz and upbeat bebop tones, making for a tone that feels catchy yet sophisticated.

Forever is a special release because it winks back to some of those amazing early records in this genre while keeping a modern outlook and maintaining a lively sense of creativity and vision. Whether you are a long-time jazz fan, or you are just getting acquainted with it, you are definitely going to enjoy this particular release. As a quintet, this band is able to cover a rather impressive sonic ground, infusing their tracks with many exciting details.

More Information: https://dougwhitejazz.com

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