Andrew Vogt‘s recent release, Wes’ Waltz, is an homage to his grandfather, Howard Nantz, reflecting on the cyclical nature of life. Dedicated to the memory of a loved one, the composition is imbued with a sense of hope, serving as a reminder that life persists with the birth of the next generation. Enlisting an eclectic lineup of session musicians, including Christian Euman, Stu Mindeman, Hans Luchs, Dustin Laurenzi, and Quentin Coaxum, the beautifully arranged jazz treat is adorned with intriguing melodic ideas, making it a perfect ode to the enduring journey of life.