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why waste time (woof remix)

by jeff oster, howling loon, woof

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The translation of woman speaking German at the intro: "I miss these morning hours for a long time. Today it's a kind of nostalgia. The day of memories! Longing! I would trade all my future days for just one yesterday with you."

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The soothing sounds of the muted trumpet intertwine with howling loon's lo-fi vibes. It's a captivating blend of laid-back rhythms, soulful melodies and a hint of jazz inspired magic.

The woof remix of "why waste time' is the perfect soundtrack for cozy evenings, introspective moments, or simply unwinding after a long day.

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released June 16, 2023

Remix performed, programmed and produced by woof
Original track composed and performed and produced by Jeff Oster

Jeff Oster - trumpet and programming

woof - beats, remix programming

Stereo and Atmos mixed and mastered by Todd Boston at Spatial Sound Studios in Portland, OR

Art by Sammy Oster

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Jeff Oster Alameda, California

Jeff's new album, BROTHERS (with Will Ackerman and Tom Eaton) was just nominated for Best New Age Album at the 64th Grammy® Awards.

He is one of the few trumpet/flugelhorn artists who's music will take you through chilled and dramatic soundscapes.

Five of his albums, "RELEASED", "TRUE", "SURRENDER" and "NEXT" and "REACH" have been voted as ZMR Album of the Year by broadcasters worldwide.
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