"Jorgensen and his band play complex, progressive music but make it sound as natural as breathing...a hip, thoughtful, emotional and sincere jazz recording." -Earshot Jazz. The debut recording of drummer Matt Jorgensen's group, 451 is a modern jazz album with an underlying rock aesthetic. Exploring the music of John Coltrane, Led Zepplin, Miles, Jimmy Heath and original compositions from the band, they're alternatively propulsive & energized, and cooly beautiful & subtle. Featuring the Rhodes playing of Marc Seales, it's a recording that appeals to fans of Medeski, Martin & Wood, Dave Douglas and '70's modern jazz. Originally released in 2000.