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Cpt Kirk and the Devil Horns

by Kirk Covington

Kirk Covington - CPT. Kirk and the Devil Horns, Classic 70's Chicago, meets Tower of Power and Weather Report! Vocal driven funky/Jazz with hints of Afro-Cuban and Classic Soul. The timeless sound of a great horn section with groove and hooks!
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Always the Same
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2. Bird of Beauty
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3. Soul
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4. Gamelan Road
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5. Chase the Blues Away
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6. Avanzar De La Paz
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7. Toe Twister
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8. Baby Don't Go
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9. Never Been in Love Before
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10. Hand Jive
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11. Suspicious Circumstances
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12. Billie's Bounce
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13. Let the Good Times Roll
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Kirk Covington is a drummer best known for his work with the jazz fusion group Tribal Tech.

Covington was born in Midland, Texas, where he attended the University of North Texas College of Music, where he met bassist Gary Willis, with whom he later joined Tribal Tech. Covington has performed or recorded with other musicians including Joe Zawinul, Robben Ford, Allan Holdsworth, Scott Henderson, and John Humphrey.

Covington has toured since 1998 with Scott Henderson and bass player John Humphrey, as a trio. In 2003 they recorded Well To The Bone.

Covington continues to play with former Tribal Tech partner Scott Kinsey, was a member of the group Volto! where he also played keyboards, and in 2008 formed his own trio, "CPT KIRK", with keyboardist Scott Tibbs and bassist Rufus Philpot. Kirk has several albums under the CPT. Kirk library, including the newest release on R.M.I. Records, "CPT Kirk and the Devil Horns".



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