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Published on Sep 20, 2012

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FOURPLAY CELEBRATES THE COLLABORATIVE SPIRIT




Esprit De Four explores the place where

four unique perspectives become a single creative force




Featuring "Put Our Hearts Together," Bob James' tribute to the victims of the devastating tsunami that struck Japan in March 2011




For Immediate Release -- When it comes to making music, four is often the magic number. From the Beatles to MJQ, many legendary quartets have made their mark in the classical, pop and jazz traditions. Maybe it's the idea of four talented individuals, each approaching the other three from a unique perspective -- like inspired travelers hailing from equidistant coordinates on a map -- and bringing all of their talents to bear at a single point. Maybe it's just the sheer mathematical symmetry and balance of the number itself.




Whatever the case, Fourplay has accessed that collective magic. Keyboardist Bob James, bassist/vocalist Nathan East, guitarist Chuck Loeb and drummer/percussionist Harvey Mason have tapped into the creative force that emerges when four brilliant players commit themselves to a singular goal. That symmetry and creativity are at the heart of Esprit De Four, their new CD set for release on September 18, 2012 (international release dates may vary) on Heads Up International, a division of Concord Music Group.




"In the songwriting and recording process, we were building on the spirit we felt during the making of our previous record, Let's Touch the Sky," says James, recalling their first recording with Loeb in the guitar position. "We had made the adjustment to Chuck's sound, and had really enjoyed performing the new music on the road. So we were eager to follow up on this new direction the band had taken."

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