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Gaucho Live at Joe's Pub

by Gaucho

Gaucho Live at Joe’s Pub NYC was recorded at Joe’s Pub at The Public in New York City in front of a live audience on October 12, 2015
Genre: Jazz: Gypsy Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Double Barrel (For Jim Marshall) [Live]
4:43 $1.25
2. Ukulele Nocturne (Live)
4:26 $1.25
3. Indiana (Live)
5:26 $1.25
4. Some of These Days (Live)
5:17 $1.25
5. Angel (Live)
5:10 $1.25
6. Part-Time Sweetheart (Live)
3:55 $1.25
7. The Darktown Strutters' Ball (Live)
4:52 $1.25
8. Saint Louis Blues (Live)
6:02 $1.25
9. Let Your Hair Hang Down (Live)
5:19 $1.25
10. Miss Mystery (Live)
5:53 $1.25
11. Chinatown, My Chinatown (Live)
5:06 $1.25
12. Avalon (Live)
4:13 $1.25
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Album Notes
Gaucho is a masterful Bay Area band that combines the influence of gypsy jazz of 1930’s Europe with the rhythmic drive and collective improvisation of New Orleans swing music, gutbucket blues and elements of ragtime. Their sound, a uniquely American concoction, blends instrumental acuity and lighthearted humor that keep their audience coming back for more. As founder, guitarist, and main composer Dave Ricketts says, the band is “in love with the music of Louis Armstrong, Fats Waller and Jimmie Rodgers, as well as the stories, the life styles and the foot steps of hundreds of other great jazz, blues, country and rock musicians that created the sound of American Music from roughly 1900-1950’s”



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