Larry Baskett | Poor Boy Blue

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Poor Boy Blue

by Larry Baskett

Straight ahead jazz in a quintet setting featuring trumpet, euphonium, guitar and vocals.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Beatrice
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2. Haunted Heart
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3. Milestones
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4. So in Love
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5. Theme For Denise
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6. Poor Boy Blue
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7. Northern Lights
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8. The Child
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9. Love Letters
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10. There's No You
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11. Pradizer Adieu
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12. If You Should Leave Me
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
On his second CD, Poor Boy Blue, Larry is featured in a quintet setting. Frank Phipps' melodic euphonium playing adds a unique sound to this excellent combo including Randy Vincent on guitar, Chris Amberger on bass and Harold Jones on drums.

Check out Larry's first CD, Chalice, and his upcoming effort "Wait Till Spring" at jazzonthevine.com.

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Jeff Cottrell

Great CD--smooth, nice, mellow group with a unique sound.
I really enjoy hearing this combo. It's great to relax to after work, and everyone I've played it for has dug it. The euphonium adds a nice mellow color to the group, and the vocal numbers are a nice touch as well.
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