Peter Kavanaugh | Look for the Silver Lining

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Look for the Silver Lining

by Peter Kavanaugh

A sophisticated, West Coast Cool Jazz take on American Songbook standards rooted in guitar and vibraphone with trumpet, sax, some soulful numbers featuring electric piano, and ambitious arrangements of lesser-known nuggets by great 20th century composers.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Look for the Silver Lining
4:03 $1.29
2. East of the Sun (West of the Moon)
5:15 $1.29
3. It's a Raggy Waltz
4:39 $1.29
4. Sunny
3:45 $1.29
5. Let's Fall in Love
3:41 $1.29
6. I Didn't Know What Time It Was
5:42 $1.29
7. La Rosita
5:11 $1.29
8. Our Day Will Come
4:45 $1.29
9. Blue and Then You
5:16 $1.29
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Album Notes
Los Angeles-based guitarist, bandleader, and composer Peter Kavanaugh spent over a decade as a Southern California sideman before taking center stage with his 2015 debut album “Whisper Not” — a selection of lesser-known American songbook gems rooted in electric guitar and vibraphone.

The self-released album received airplay on over 50 national radio stations including regular rotation locally on KKJZ Jazz 88.1 fm. Jazziz Magazine called “Whisper Not” “A refreshingly old-school approach to songbook standards … he allows the original harmonies and melodies to shine, even as he overlays tones and textures from his vast library.”

With his November 2016 follow-up album “Look for the Silver Lining,” Peter builds on his sophisticated, West Coast Cool Jazz sound with more horns, more blues and ambitious arrangements of songs by Dave Brubeck, Rodgers & Hart and other great 20th century composers.



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