Virtual set for the Rochester Fringe Festival from the GenJam Home Office

The COVID crisis forced the 2020 Rochester Fringe Festival to go virtual, so we recorded 11 tunes that will be streamed on demand from the Fringe site during the festival. Here’s a sneak preview. The tunes are:

Boss Bossa (Hank Mobley)
Boplicity (Miles Davis & Gil Evans)
Desert Moonlight (Lee Morgan)
Fotographia (Tom Jobim)
Whadaya Say, Dr. J? (James Williams)
Rounds and Spheres (Don Ellis)
Lion’s Den (Kenny Drew)
Thiers Tears (Clare Fischer)
Rhythm-a-ning (Thelonious Monk)
Slow Hot Wind (Henry Mancini)
Funk In Deep Freeze (Hank Mobley)

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