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by Kerry Campbel Son of Charley Parker/Doc Jones

Kerry Campbell & Doc Jones Came together to give you a hard driving Real Jazz CD with plenty of soul with some of the best saxophone playing you have heard in a long time.
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. Mister Magic (feat. Kerry Campbell)
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2. Around Midnight (feat. Kerry Campbell)
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3. Sugar (feat. Kerry Campbell)
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3:55 $0.99
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4. St. James Hotel (feat. Kerry Campbell)
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3:15 $0.99
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5. I Don't Know Why (feat. Kerry Campbell)
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4:00 $0.99
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6. Song For My Father
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7. Now Is the Time
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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You are in for a treat. Kerry Campbel alto sax player like no other is the son of Charley Paker, he also played for the group WAR back in the day, and once you hear him play you will know that BIRD LIVE's. Doc Jones is laying down a groove to kill for, his harmonys and comping is giving bird the foundation to play on. This is the JAZZ CD OF THE YEAR.

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The best Sax I've heard in many years, HE SHOULD BE ALL OVER THE WORLD.
The best Sax I've heard in many years, HE SHOULD BE ALL OVER THE WORLD. When it comes to no frills and gimmics just real heart and soul this is it.

I highly recommend this to anyone that calls themselves jazz specialist. This musician is destine for absolute greatness, on his own account.

A true Believer.
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