A vocalist who loves the simple melodies of the post-World War II crooners; a guitarist who has cut his teeth on the masters of modern electric blues; a bassist vacillating between Eastern German Free Form Jazz records and the mournful harmonies of the classic country and bluegrass, and a jazz drummer capable of finding the perfect accent at every melodic turn - all attempting to put their stamp on the collective sound of westrin & mowry. For the members of westrin & mowry, such stylistic diversity represents an untapped resource of musical inspiration - a multitude of influences and tastes manifested in a treasure trove of creative energy. It is evident in their live shows, the sense that each member has suddenly found the essence of sound that is collectively their own. With the recent release of “one week epiphany” westrin & mowry has taken new steps in continuously defying the boundaries of genre and seeking out new and innovative ways to present melody and soul.
—taken from the band’s MySpace page.
Edited by Kasprzam on 20 Feb 2006, 13:22
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