Pete Muldoon Sextet | The Score

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The Score

by Pete Muldoon Sextet

The Score is an instrumental album of swing and groove based rhythms. The album features some of the greatest and most soulful musicians from the DC scene. The compositions are beautiful and the improvisations are a journey. Please enjoy.
Genre: Jazz: Soul-Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Hindsight
7:20 $0.99
2. Vagabond
6:50 $0.99
3. Goodbye Junebug
7:11 $0.99
4. Take the Red Pill
4:32 $0.99
5. Tribe of Joey Dogon
9:37 $0.99
6. The Kicker
6:07 $0.99
7. The Score
8:44 $0.99
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"Pete Muldoon is tremendously respected among the musicians in this town, and with good reason. When I first heard him play, I thought I might be in for a set of jazz drawn from classical-guitar stylings, with his clean, precisely articulated lines. Then he launched into a devastatingly pure blues, smoky and packed with an emotional punch. To collapse that into a soundbite: Pete Muldoon has something to say and he knows how to say it. It makes him something of a musician's musician, to be sure, but not because he's outside the purview of the average listener. Indeed, Muldoon's guitar is a commanding instrument with all sorts of appeal, not the least of which is the undercurrent of blues that seems to lurk within his phrasing. As such he's been this month's artist-in-residence at Bohemian Caverns, where he's been working Tuesday nights throughout October with a splendid sextet." Mike West(Washington City Paper)



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