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Published:April 5th, 2012 13:27 EST
Ted Nash`s 'The Creep` Becomes a Sensation for Jazz Fans

Ted Nash`s 'The Creep` Becomes a Sensation for Jazz Fans

By SOP newswire

A jazz album that will fascinate you with its forceful and enticing sound. Ted Nash`s CD The Creep is as pure and emotional as it gets.

The music is primal jazz whose fundamentals are bluesy, melodic, and personal. This pioneer recording has already created a buzz in both the New York and California jazz scenes. The group, led by critically acclaimed saxophonist Ted Nash, who "Like few others in contemporary music... thrives on combining disparate styles into an enticing whole that is never quite what it seems," says George Varga of the San Diego Union-Tribune.

To put it another way, The Creep transports you to a time that has sadly ended, where the intimate side of jazz was packing the doors of the hottest clubs of the day. Keeping true to historic form and combined with Ted`s distinctive arrangement style, this CD offers audiences an exciting new take on the `piano-less` quartet.

Here is an album that provides a compelling force of musical vision, perfectly complimented by members New York City`s active music scene. This is the brilliance of New York City`s Ted Nash.

Track Listing:

Organized Crime

Burnt Toast and Avocado
The Creep

Plastic Sax Rumble

Plastic Sax Lullaby

Cabin Fever

Twilight Sounds

Minor Adjustment



Also available in collectable, limited-pressing vinyl

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