Entwined

Jake Schepps Quintet - Entwined - Cover Image

Complete Album 44kHz (WAV):

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Complete Album 88kHz (FLAC):

$30.00 USD
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Complete Album 88kHz (WAV):

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Complete Album 2.8MHz (DSF):

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Produced by Jake Schepps
and Matt Flinner (Migrations)
and Matt McBane (Drawn)

Flatiron recorded in December, 2012 at Mountain House Studio, Nederland, Co.
Drawn recorded in December 2013 at eTown Studios, Boulder, Co.
Migrations & Stumble Smooth recorded in March 2014 at Immersive Studio, Boulder, Co.

All sessions engineered and mixed by Justin Peacock, The Hook Factory, Denver, Co.
Mastered by David Glasser, Airshow Mastering, Boulder, Co.
Artwork by Rob Helmstetter, LookyHere.net

Thanks to Justin Peacock for his journey and dedication with this project, Marc, Gyan, Matt Flinner and Matt McBane for writing beautiful music, Grant, Ross, Enion, Ryan, Eric and Matt for learning all those notes, Jayme Stone, Amanda Sweet, Rob Helmstetter, Tekoa Films, eTown, Lyons Valley Village, Planet Bluegrass, everyone at the Wilderness Medicine Institute, Hall Winery, Donald Nitchie, Banjo Newsletter and to my family and friends that have supported me throughout the years...

The most special thanks to Gillian for her steadfast love and support through it all.

Dedicated to Lucia and Zinnia; may they always create their biggest dreams.

Released 2015

For a fresh perspective on traditional bluegrass music, try Jake Schepps. These are some of the first ever commissioned long-form works for the five-piece bluegrass string band written by classical composers. After grappling with composing for Jake’s banjo they proceeded to design this lovely combination of rambling blue grass and hauntingly ‘atmospheric’ music. This unique project includes some of today's leading players in the genre -- Matt Flinner (mandolin), Ryan Drickey (violin), Ross Martin (guitar), Eric Thorin (double bass) and Jake on banjo.

The music was recorded in 88.2 WAV and mastered by David Glasser at Airshow Mastering (who introduced us to this wonderful album).