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Postcard from the Moon

by John Evans & Dream

An eclectic mix of Evans' instrumental compositions and songs, with lyrics written by Sandy Evans. From jazz/fusion through tropical to the classic jazz ballad, this album shows Evans and his group Dream in a glowing new light.
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1. You Never Taught Me How to Say Goodbye
4:39 $0.99
2. Sloppy Joe's
3:42 $0.99
3. Emilio
3:10 $0.99
4. Bronx Blue
3:31 $0.99
5. 7th Avenue
3:32 $0.99
6. Postcard from the Moon
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"Postcard from the Moon" is an eclectic mix of Evans' instrumental compositions and songs, with lyrics written by Sandy Evans. From jazz/fusion through tropical to the classic jazz ballad, this album shows Evans and his group Dream in a glowing new light. This is Evans' third release.

Evans has added some new players to Dream, including the legendary Chuck Rainey on Fender bass.

The latest addition the group is Andy Timmons, whose fiery and expressive guitar playing is well known througout the world.

Rosana Eckert and Jennifer Perryman, both award winning alumnae of the University of North Texas Jazz Vocal Studies program, join Annagrey Labasse to add their extraordinary talents to the vocal sounds of John Evans & Dream. “The Winding Road” album has some of Evans' most memorable tunes, including “Easy Love” and “In A Gentle Way”. These tunes showcase the outstanding talents of Larry Spencer on flugelhorn and Ron Jones on soprano sax. Both Larry and Ron are alumni of the famous One O'Clock Lab Band at the University of North Texas.

Personnel on "Postcard from the Moon": Ron Jones (saxophones & flute), Larry Spencer (trumpet & flugelhorn), Andy Timmons (electric guitar), Brady Mosher (guitars), Johnny Hooper (guitars), John Evans (keyboards as well as bass on Track 1 & Track 6), Chuck Rainey (Fender bass), Gene Glover (congas & percussion), Mike Collier (drums & vocals), Jennifer Perryman (vocals), Rosana Eckert (vocals), Annagrey Labasse (vocals).

Track 1 - "You Never Taught Me How to Say Goodbye" is a classic R&B flavored tune featuring Jennifer Perryman (vocal) and Ron Jones (tenor sax).

Track 2 - "Sloppy Joe's" is a Cuban flavored tune which features Annagrey Labasse (vocal) and Larry Spencer (trumpet).

Track 3 - "Emilio" is a vocal duet with Jennifer Perryman and Annagrey Labasse. Acoustic guitar work by Brady Mosher.

Track 4 - "Bronx Blue" is a hip, funky, Jazzy blues featuring Ron Jones (tenor sax) and Andy Timmons (electric guitar).

Track 5 - "7th Avenue" is a jazz/fusion tune featuring John Evans (Fender Rhodes), Ron Jones (tenor sax), and Andy Timmons (electric guitar).

Track 6 - "Postcard from the Moon" is jazz ballad in the classic style featuring Rosana Eckert (vocal), Larry Spencer (flugelhorn), and Ron Jones (tenor sax).

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