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Dave Hertzberg's Hearts & Bones | Don't Lose Sight of Your Song

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Don't Lose Sight of Your Song

by Dave Hertzberg's Hearts & Bones

Combining the joyous groove of bluegrass with the harmonic sophistication of jazz, Hearts & Bones mixes fiddle-tinged arrangements of Paul Simon songs with inventive original compositions.
Genre: Jazz: Crossover Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Busting Out of the Gate
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2. Happy Fun Ball
5:49 $0.99
3. Cloud Nine
7:15 $0.99
4. Three Ring Sukkus
4:05 $0.99
5. Hearts and Bones
5:12 $0.99
6. Don't Lose Sight of Your Song
6:53 $0.99
7. Cecilia
6:38 $0.99
8. Wildwood Flower
8:40 $0.99
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Dave Hertzberg’s Hearts & Bones has quickly become one of the most exciting bands to emerge from New York City’s burgeoning neo-bluegrass scene.  Combining the earthy, joyous groove of bluegrass with the harmonic sophistication of jazz, Hearts & Bones mines diverse stylistic territory while creating a cohesive, organic sound all its own.  The band’s debut album, “Don’t Lose Sight of Your Song,” mixes fiddle-tinged arrangements of classic Paul Simon songs with Hertzberg's inventive original compositions.  Featuring some of the top players from New York’s jazz and bluegrass scenes, Hearts & Bones plays “fiery music that will start your pulse moving....” (David Garland, WNYC)



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