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Left Coast Local Time

by Gini Wilson

The first exciting foray into ChamberJazz."It Works. The duo.pulls together the classical and jazz elements in a deeply mysterious way.the crown jewel is the Bach Sarabande into How My Heart Sings, by Earl Zindars." JazzNow Magazine
Genre: Jazz: Chamber Jazz
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1. Sasha's Sashay
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2. Procession
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3. You Take My Breath Away
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4. Luminous Reflections
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5. Left Coast Blues
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6. Black and Blue
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Gini Wilson is the Founder- Director of The San Francisco ChamberJazz Quartet. She is very well known in the Bay Area as a brilliant and creative performer and jazz composer. This duo CD is the first foray into ChamberJazz, developed with Paul Breslin
and Pat Klobas as bass players. "With this CD, Gini Wilson joins the noble tradition of George Shearing, Lenny Tristano and Bill Evans in merging the best of 'classical' music with the best of jazz." Grover Sales



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