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William Chernoff: Maybe Eventually

William Chernoff: Maybe Eventually

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Maybe Eventually is my second album, my first playing only electric bass, and the first with my jazz trio, featuring guitarist Francis Henson and drummer Carson Tworow. We play swinging, all-original music written across a decade, capturing moments from my path to sobriety and recovery.

"[Chernoff] went from being a callow musician finding his way, struggling with alcohol, and wondering about his role in the jazz scene, to one who has discovered his musical footing, got sober, and self-assuredly expressed himself in the scene." - from the liner notes by Chris Wong.

"Striking bass playing" - Michael Beda, Dominionated.

"This long-running trio has a carefully vibrant approach" - Tim Reinert for Coastal Jazz

CD: 4-panel eco-wallet case, shrinkwrapped. Made in Canada.

Digital: your choice of these file formats:

  • MP3 (44.1 kHz, 320 kbps)
  • WAV (44.1 kHz, 24-bit)
  • FLAC (44.1 kHz, 24-bit)

Track sequence:

1. A Four-Way in the Heart of the West End [4:01]
2. Bridge Deal [5:08]
3. Fulton Street Blues [5:51]
4. Don't Miss Me [4:35]
5. Esh [4:44]
6. 154 [5:19]
7. Maybe Eventually [4:46]
8. Waltz for John McGann [2:59]

Total time: 37:27

Album credits:

All compositions © 2015-2022 William Ross Chernoff (SOCAN).

William Chernoff - electric bass
Francis Henson - guitar
Carson Tworow - drums

Produced by William Chernoff

Engineered and mixed at 12TH ST Sound in New Westminster, BC by Anthony Cenerini
Recorded on November 15, 2020 (1,2,4,6) and December 13, 2021 (3,5,7,8)
Mastered at Railtown Mastering in Vancouver, BC by Andrew Downton

Art by Nicole M. Shewchuk
Photography by Anthony Cenerini
Special thanks to my family

℗© 2022 Chernoff Music.
All rights reserved. Unauthorized duplication is a violation of applicable laws.

This project is funded in part by FACTOR, the Government of Canada and Canada's private radio broadcasters.
Ce projet est financé en partie par FACTOR, le gouvernement du Canada et les radiodiffuseurs privés du Canada.

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