Living Daylights

The Living Daylights are a young trio from Seattle that mix jazz, rock, and Eastern European influences to create music that's hard to categorize. Some critics have described it as jazz-rock fusion...but it's much more edgy than its' 1970's predecessor. Living Daylights' new CD is called, Electric Rosary. Marcie Sillman, of member station KUOW, has a profile. (7:45) Electric Rosary, by the Living Daylights is on Liquid City Records, catalog number LQC 35454.

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