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by Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord

BVC's SEVENTH album feat Jon Irabagon & Moppa Elliott “Crazy stuff that guarantees an amphetamine rush” (Midwest Record) “An exceptional electric guitarist who needs to be listened to" (Gapplegate) "One of the year’s most memorable jazz releases" (Expose)
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1. The Bottle
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7:58 album only
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2. Frog Eye
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8:26 album only
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3. Scratch Ankle
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6:50 album only
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4. First Harvest
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7:53 album only
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5. Lick Skillet
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6:43 album only
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6. W.P.S.M.
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9:06 album only
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7. Screamer
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9:27 album only

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Jon Lundbom & Big Five Chord's SEVENTH album featuring Jon Irabagon and Moppa Elliott with Bryan Murray, Dan Monaghan, Justin Wood, and Sam Kulik!!!

– “Crazy stuff that guarantees an amphetamine rush.” – Chris Spector, ‘Midwest Record’
– “Hard-swinging tunes with a sardonic edge…allows you to think while having a raucous good time.” – Ken Waxman, ‘New York City Jazz Record’
– “This isn’t an album to lull you to sleep or dull your hangover but it sure as hell will make you feel something.” – Delarue, ‘Lucid Culture’
– “A fascinating figure on the modern jazz scene, releasing subversive and fascinating music.” – Tim Niland, “Music & More”
– “Meticulously nuanced free jazz with a smoldering hard rock edge…truly one of the finest collectives working the scene.” – Brent Black, ‘Bop-N-Jazz’
– “An exceptional electric guitarist who needs to be listened to…his guitar wielding is something to hear” – Grego Applegate Edwards, ‘Gapplegate Guitar and Bass Blog’
– “A raucous stream of energy characterized by knotty multilinear improvising” – Peter Margasak, ‘ The Chicago Reader’
– “An outstanding album, sure to be one of the year’s most memorable jazz releases” – Jon Davis, ‘Exposé’

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