David Lockeretz | Jealousy Lounge

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Jealousy Lounge

by David Lockeretz

Jazz, jazz-rock, fusion, funk, blues, folk, R&B, lounge, New Orleans, metal
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Oculus
4:52 album only
2. Not Long Ago
2:48 album only
3. Partial Asphyxiation
3:04 album only
4. Ulterior Motive
5:25 album only
5. Look but Don't Touch
4:15 album only
6. Wait Awhile
6:58 album only
7. Jealousy Lounge
4:57 album only
8. 505 Blues
4:28 album only
9. Return of the Freaks
8:04 album only
10. Not Long Ago (Acoustic Version)
2:48 album only
11. 505 Blues (Acoustic Version)
4:26 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
"Jealousy Lounge" features all-original instrumental music by bassist David Lockeretz. The styles include jazz, rock, blues, funk, reggae and metal. The record was engineered and co-produced by Paul Tavenner, who also plays drums and percussion. Also featured are Jeff Miley and Gustavo Oliveira on guitar; Ron Feuer on Hammond B3 organ; John Christianson on trumpet; Randy Ellis and Matt Otto on tenor saxophone; Garrett Smith on trombone and Miguel Gandelman on baritone saxophone.

David Lockeretz is a freelance musician and educator based in Long Beach, CA. In addition to his CD "Jealousy Lounge", David has also recorded with CD baby artists South Bay Blues Authority. He also is an in-demand music teacher and is currently launching a referral site for music instructors, www.findmymusicteaher.com. David also writes a blog for music teachers, www.maestrosmusings.wordpress.com, and is writing a blog about his attempts to place his music for licensing, www.90daymusic.wordpress.com.



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