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At Last

by Bill Holloman

Hard blowin' saxophone, with some tasty vocals and grooves. Holloman plays nearly all the instruments on the record, as well as sings, and wrote most of the material.
Genre: Jazz: Swing/Big Band
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1. Walkin' in Milwaukee
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2. Reet Petite
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3. Not Forgotten
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4. Mighty Grooveland
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5. Partly Sonny
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6. Samba Del Hoy!
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7. At Last
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8. Engage
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Bill Holloman has worked with many of the big names in music such as Nile Rodgers, Paul Simon, Danny Gatton, Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers, Steve Winwood, Slash (from Guns and Roses), and many more. He's been a fixture in the East coast scene since 1980, and has recorded with and played with just about everyone around there, as well as internationally.
This CD gives him a chance to step out on his own, and features him playing most of the instruments, singing, and writing most of the tunes as well.
Recorded at The Gatlin Brothers Theater in 1996, it documents his music, and also features some excellent playing by Shannon Ford on drums, Steve Smith on guitar, and other special guests.
If you're a fan of saxophone, and horns in general, this one's not to be missed.

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Georges Majerus

Awesome musician!
Well, I knew he could blow the sax like Lenny Picket. But I didn't know he is such a multi instrumentalist. Of course I bought the CD because I heard Bill as a Saxplayer with Chic and his playing on this album is as good as on a Chic Gig. Check it out and encourage Bill to bring out new material....
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Merv Greenslade

Bill what can i say the dogs!!!!
I have been trying to get a copy of this in a long time. I've got all of the late great Danny Gatton's stuff Phew!!! and when i heard Bills playing i was knocked out. When is the next one coming out? when Is Bill coming to the UK on tour? As a musician myself all i can say is Bill and Danny should be superstars!! At Last is just fantastic real playing by real musicians!!!
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C. Miller

Exciting stuff! Experience it!
Bill Holloman is a phenomenal musician, and composer, and arranger, and producer, and this CD is THE definitive example. If you don't mind being in the company of a man with more talent than most only dream about, AT LAST requires a listen. Along with the capable support of Shannon Ford on percussion, Steve Smith and Mike Smith on guitars, and engineered by Mike Cook, Holloman offers a superb and long-overdue collection of his own tunes and kicks the mix with a couple of classics, done in the truly inimitable Bill Holloman style, and including the title track, which has seldom been done as well. From the heart. Master Holloman provides the rest of the band and more than sufficient fire to brilliantly light up every instrument he puts a hand to. Instrumental and vocal virtuosity to burn your socks off! Somewhat humiliating for those who have tried to learn even one instrument, but so incredibly exciting to experience. Thank you, Mr. Holloman. Let's have some more!
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Mike Lee

Bill Holloman shows the world what a true master he is.
Holloman really shows his stuff on this CD. He wrote most of the songs, plays all horns (saxes, trumpets, flute, trombone), all keys, bass, provides all vocals...am I forgetting anything? I'm talking about a major league talent, folks, and he lets it show here. I am amazed at the depth and breadth of his talent.

Holloman seems to spend most of his time lately doing session work with a Who's Who of the recording industry. Let's hope he finds time to do more solo releases.
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