John Carlini | Further Adventures

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Further Adventures

by John Carlini

Straight-ahead acoustic jazz setting forth Maestro Carlini's fabulous arrangements for guitar, bass and drums.
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. Bolivia
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2. You Must Believe In Spring
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3. Days of Wine and Roses
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4. Chega de Suadade
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5. Mona Lisa
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6. Autumn in New York
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7. Doctor Gradus ad Parnassum
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8. Donna Lee
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9. Ocean of Diamonds
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10. T for Me
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11. Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans
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12. Both Sides Now
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
John Carlini is a guitar master. In "Further Adventures," the first recording to focus exclusively on his exquisite solo guitar work, John sets forth (with Jim Cox - bass and Phil Gratteau - drums)a collection of jazz and contemporary standards. John's own composition "T for Me" is also included. This all-instrumental, stunningly recorded album of laid back, acoustic jazz would be a fitting addition to the music collection of any acoustic music fan.

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