Griffanzo | I Mighta Lied to You Yesterday (But I'll Tell You the Truth Tonight)

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I Mighta Lied to You Yesterday (But I'll Tell You the Truth Tonight)

by Griffanzo

Succulent lyrics with a tight pocket (provided by Dan Davis on drums and Don Gladstone on bass) is twisted by acoustic piano and occasional wailing of trombones (Steve Lucente & Danny Grewen). Mostly piano trio and quartet. Some diversity is created by
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1. I Mighta Lied to You Yesterday
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2. Chauffeur in My Own Nightmare (feat. Danny Grewen)
3:50 $0.99
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3. Freak Flag (feat. Danny Grewen & Steve Lucente)
4:12 $0.99
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4. I'll Stay With You
4:14 $0.99
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5. Black Frame Glasses
3:55 $0.99
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6. Hidin' Out from Youz
4:26 $0.99
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7. DNA
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8. Dubya Speak
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Succulent lyrics with a tight pocket (provided by Dan Davis on drums and Don Gladstone on bass) is twisted by acoustic piano and occasional wailing of trombones (Steve Lucente & Danny Grewen). Mostly piano trio and quartet. Some diversity is created by one piano/vocal duet, one beat poetry reading with bass (think Kerouac), a groove rock tune with Tania Carl’s french vocal action (Hidin’ Out From Youz) and a very large cast of players/singers (all participants listed on the griffanzomusic site) on final blues anthem called Dubya Speak. Not your grandad’s jazz record but I bet he’d dig it!

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Joyce Van Horn

Fantastic, fun, deep, jazz-a-licious, sexy & sensual
This album, if at possible, surpasses his first one. It is smooth, thought-provoking, laugh-out-loud making and to fall in love with. I have no doubt that I'll memorize all of the lyrics of this one as well. I'm off on Christmas vacation and plan to listen to it during the long flight from San Francisco to New Orleans. I hope this guy never stops writing, playing or singing! I think I'm in love.
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Eric

Listened all the way through, then all the way through again!
Griffanzo really pulls from the collective consciousness for these sounds. The album is inventive enough to keep you at the edge of your seat, swingin enough to get you off your ass and dancing, far out enough to blast you into orbit, and classic enough to bring you back home.
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Eric

Played it all the way through, then all the way through again!
Griffanzo pulled sounds from the collective consciousness for this one. These numbers are inventive enough to keep you on the edge of your seat, swingin enough to get you off your ass and dancing, far out enough to blast you into orbit, and classic enough to bring you back home. Don't miss this one!
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