Justin Varnes | Survival Instinct: The Evilution of the Pack

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Survival Instinct: The Evilution of the Pack

by Justin Varnes

Raw, powerful jazz designed to heal pain and spark thought.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Prelude (feat. Nick Rosen, Kevin Smith, Mark Rapp, Luke Weathington & John Sandfort)
2:08 album only
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2. Fergimore Island, TX Blues (feat. Nick Rosen, Kevin Smith, Mark Rapp, Luke Weathington & John Sandfort)
4:36 album only
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3. Tout le monde aime la France (feat. Nick Rosen, Kevin Smith, John Sandfort, Mark Rapp & Luke Weathington)
5:01 album only
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4. Many Sons (feat. Nick Rosen, Kevin Smith & John Sandfort)
6:23 album only
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5. Interlude (feat. Kevin Smith, John Sandfort, Mark Rapp & Luke Weathington)
0:27 album only
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6. Thread (feat. Nick Rosen, Kevin Smith, Mark Rapp, Luke Weathington & John Sandfort)
6:06 album only
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7. Red Mouse Blue Mouse (feat. Nick Rosen & Kevin Smith)
8:57 album only
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8. Pulse (feat. Nick Rosen, Kevin Smith, Mark Rapp, Luke Weathington & John Sandfort)
3:55 album only
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9. Emanuel (feat. Nick Rosen, Kevin Smith, Mark Rapp, Luke Weathington & John Sandfort)
8:57 album only
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10. Postlude (feat. Nick Rosen, Kevin Smith, Mark Rapp, Luke Weathington & John Sandfort)
1:45 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This project was created to accomplish two things:

Highlight the deep-seated instinct we all have to gather in groups, and how that makes us de-humanize "others."

Show support for those who have been victims of this kind of violence.

While that may seem like a dark subject, the music is hopeful and often shines a light on how we are our best selves in smaller packs. It's the large packs - political parties, race, nationalism, religion - that cause us to turn on each other.

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