A Bigger Splash

A Bigger Splash

After last years collaboration with Ammoncontact's Carlos Nino, Dwight Tribble brings us the incredible 'Living Water' the organic, acoustic take on the singer's cosmic jazz vision. Originally released in 2004 in the USA, 'Living Water' finds the singer at the peak of his powers. The depth of emotion as well as the technical brilliance of his voice is the sound of an artist in his prime, a man at peace with himself seeking peace for his fellow man. Out now.



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