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by Chris Dingman

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tallpaul1234 meditative and swinging Favorite track: Goddess.
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StrangeFlow A very colorful jazz album with vibraphone as leading instrument! Relaxing and yet lively and packed with nice harmonies and rhythms. Nice! Favorite track: Goddess.
World of Echo
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World of Echo Chris Dingman gets a tone out of his vibes that evokes the shimmery production of Björk's Vespertine to me (as crazy as that sounds). Oh, and you know it's always a good sign when Linda May Han Oh is on bass. Don't sleep on this, this is great modern jazz.
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conorprovenzano Vibes are revitalized in this one with a sweet contemplative clarity and kidly honesty - best heard by giving undivided attention. Shoutout to devotional artists who sit Vipassana. Favorite track: Steps on the Path.
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Matt Schwerin First all, can we just agree that bandcamp is the no-contest best music discovery and streaming platform? Ok. I discovered this album because it was featured somewhere on bandcamp and ya know, it's just a delight. As someone who played a bit of vibes in high school and college, and as a long time drummer, I find this record just to be groovy, head-bob inducing, and all around swell. Really good stuff. Favorite track: Folly of Progress.
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Inner Child 06:41
Find a Way 08:34
Ali 06:15
Goddess 05:03


All compositions by Chris Dingman (Between Worlds BMI)

Chris Dingman - vibraphone
Linda May Han Oh - bass
Tim Keiper - drums

Produced by Keith Witty

Recorded at Atomic Sound in Brooklyn, NY
Engineered by Merle Chornuk, assisted by Dakota Bowman

Mixed and Mastered by Dave Darlington at Bass Hit Studios, NYC

Photography by Zachary Maxwell Stertz
Design by Bryan Copeland



Big Thanks to Zaneta Sykes, Joe, Carolyn, and Betsy Dingman, Keith Witty, Toumani Diabate, Oumou Sangare, Ali Farka Toure, Bobby Hutcherson, S.N. Goenka, Jeremy Dunn, Joe Locke, Lottie Arnold, Reuben Sparrow-Blustain, Ryan Ferreira, Ike Sturm, Saint Peter’s Church, John Zorn, Tom Chang, Rio Sakairi, Richard Sears, Oren Bloedow, Vivi Lapidus, Kenny Wollesen, Allan Mednard, Tony Scherr, and you.

This album was supported by New Music USA, made possible by annual program support and/or endowment gifts from Mary Flagler Cary Charitable Trust, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Helen F. Whitaker Fund, The Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Inc., New York State Council on the Arts.


released March 6, 2020


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Chris Dingman Brooklyn, New York

Chris Dingman is a vibraphonist and composer known for his distinctive approach: sonically rich and conceptually expansive, bringing listeners on a journey to a beautiful, transcendent place. He has been profiled by NPR,  the New York Times,  DRUM magazine among others, and has received fellowships and grants from Chamber Music America,, New Music USA, and the Thelonious Monk Institute. ... more


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