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Manhattan Nocturne

by Peter Gallway

12 songs composed for vocal and jazz quartet chronicling coming of age in Greenwich Village in the 1960's.
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Vocals
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1. Nine Bridges
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2. Manhattan Nocturne
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3. In Greenwich Village
3:37 $0.99
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4. Catholic School Kids
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5. This Perfect Summer
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6. Cityscape
3:21 $0.99
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7. Paris Longing
3:49 $0.99
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8. Going, Going Gone
3:00 $0.99
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9. When A Woman Says Yes
4:18 $0.99
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10. Reverie
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11. Colors Of The Night
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12. Home
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Album Notes
noc-turne [nok-turn] -- noun "Music"
1. a piece appropriate to the night or evening.
2. an instrumental composition of a dreamy or pensive character.

"The city is like poetry: it compresses all life, all races and breeds, into a small island and adds music and the accompaniment of internal engines." E.B White, "Here Is New York"

Peter Gallway Guitar, Piano, Vocals
Nate Birkey Trumpet
William Galison Chromatic Harmonica
James Connolly Acoustic Bass
Dean Sharp Drums
Annie Gallup Backing Vocal

"So much of adolescence is an ill-defined dying. An intolerable waiting. A longing for another place and time. Another condition." Theodore Roethke

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