Estelle's Farewell Gift

by Benje Daneman

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Recorded on all first or second takes, Estelle's Farewell Gift brings a studio session as close to a live performance as it can come. The drummer/bass-less setting captures the raw intimacy and concept of each original composition at its core.

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released January 1, 2013

Benje Daneman - Trumpet/Flugel
Andrew Rathbun - Tenor Saxophone
Jeremy Siskind - Piano
Ashley Gonzalez Daneman - Voice (on "Floating On")

Recorded live at Centerpoint Church in Kalamazoo, MI on 10.12.12

Recorded, edited and mastered by Gordon van Gent (GvG Productions)

All music written by Benje Daneman
"Floating On" Lyrics written by Ashley Gonzalez Daneman

www.benjedaneman.com
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Benje Daneman Kalamazoo, Michigan

New York City based trumpeter/composer, Benje Daneman, is a sought after musician for his personal approach, strong musicality and versatility. He has toured with Doc Severinsen, performed with the world renowned Jose Limon Dance Ensemble, and recorded for the Grammy nominated album "Elevation" (HMI Big Band).

For more info, visit his website: www.benjedaneman.com
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Track Name: Floating On
Passing and flowing, and yet no one they're knowing,
They're people colliding, and who can say what's guiding?
They wonder why they're all so lonely.
Some of them raced to the sea,
Calling you, calling me.

And in silence they warred for their freedom,
'Til they had grown alone.
And it was in blindness they searched for a reason
Yet they kept floating on.

And it was in blindness they searched for a reason
Yet they keep floating on.

Written by Ashley Gonzalez Daneman (2012)