Trombonist Peter Tijerina is a musician whose "fluid approach [that] never compromises his robust tone on the horn" and whose understanding of the "powerful, unapologetic lineage of free-wheeling post-bopsters Grachan Moncur III and Julian Priester" (Michael Dease) combine with his deeply emotive playing to create music that touches both the heart and mind of his listeners. With Just Yesterday, Peter marks his formal debut not with gaudy gestures, but with the patient, empathetic craftsmanship of one who has experienced the breadths of love and loss, and the powerful spectrum of all that lies between.
Trombonist Peter Tijerina is a musician whose "fluid approach [that] never compromises his robust tone on the horn" and whose understanding of the "powerful, unapologetic lineage of free-wheeling post-bopsters Grachan Moncur III and Julian Priester" (Michael Dease) combine with his deeply emotive playing to create music that touches both the heart and mind of his listeners. With Just Yesterday, Peter marks his formal debut not with gaudy gestures, but with the patient, empathetic craftsmanship of one who has experienced the breadths of love and loss, and the powerful spectrum of all that lies between.
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Just Yesterday [Digipak]
Artist: Peter Tijerina
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. It Could Happen to You
2. Just Yesterday
3. Lovely
4. Strange Breakfast
5. In N' Out Blues
6. It's One or the Other
7. Neither Confirm Nor Deny
8. Deviation
9. Stardust
10. This Could Be the Start of Something Big

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Trombonist Peter Tijerina is a musician whose "fluid approach [that] never compromises his robust tone on the horn" and whose understanding of the "powerful, unapologetic lineage of free-wheeling post-bopsters Grachan Moncur III and Julian Priester" (Michael Dease) combine with his deeply emotive playing to create music that touches both the heart and mind of his listeners. With Just Yesterday, Peter marks his formal debut not with gaudy gestures, but with the patient, empathetic craftsmanship of one who has experienced the breadths of love and loss, and the powerful spectrum of all that lies between.