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Uh Eh

by Elkano Browning Cream

This is a craft record, filled with colors, where the three musicians exhibit their broad musical palette, delving, without any stylistic complexes, into luminous, powerfully rhythmic melodies.
Genre: Jazz: Hammond Organ
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Theme from Zoot
4:03 $1.20
2. One Day King
4:53 $1.20
3. Owiwi
7:38 $1.20
4. Rich Man Poor Soul
6:18 $1.20
5. Celebration Ska
4:27 $1.20
6. Tout Est Bon
3:57 $1.20
7. Blue Snake
5:13 $1.20
8. Aurresku
4:16 $1.20
9. Euroafricans
6:40 $1.20
10. Uranium Talks
4:23 $1.20
11. Up Again Song
5:43 $1.20
12. Sweet Charles
3:57 $1.20
13. 46th Street
3:57 $1.20
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
During the first five days of May 2013, Franck Mantegari, Dave Wilkinson and Mikel Azpiroz locked up in a studio by the sea at La Concha Bay, San Sebastian, Basque Country (Spain), to record the fourth album of Elkano Browning Cream, “UH EH” . This is a craft record, filled with colors, where the three musicians exhibit their broad musical palette, delving, without any stylistic complexes, into luminous, powerfully rhythmic melodies. Starting off from the traditional jazz band format (Hammond organ, guitar and drums), they stretch it beyond with magnetic compositions that travel through music evoking African, oriental or nocturnal European landscapes, with a balanced mix of tradition and current trends. Its thirteen songs will withdraw the listener from his/her daily problems over the album’s 65 minutes.

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