Reynold D. Philipsek | Last Summer

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Last Summer

by Reynold D. Philipsek

Last Summer is Reynold D. Philipsek's 2012 album and casts his gypsy jazz and jazz guitar into a more highly produced context. Utilizing real strings, brass and woodwinds Reynold exercises his arranging skills.
Genre: Jazz: Gypsy Jazz
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1. July
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2. St. Germain Street
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3. Last Summer
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4. Remember the Sun
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5. Sunflower
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6. Astoria
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7. Amber Dawn
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8. Spaghetti Western
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9. Bangkok Sunset
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10. Sunbeam
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Last Summer (the 2012 album by Reynold D. Philipsek) continues his exploration of jazz and gypsy jazz guitar styles but has more emphasis on large-scale production. Employing the use of real strings, brass and woodwinds, Reynold utilizes his arranging skills and also includes two tracks that make use of his vocal skills. The inspiration for this recording include Antonio Carlos Jobim and Wes Montgomery. European film scores from the 1960's also influence this work. Reynold's past few albums focused on his Slavic heritage and his gypsy jazz interest and these elements still prevail.

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Tom

Last Summer
A very cool collection of material. You can hear a wide variety of styles and
influences that will always keep this record interesting. The songwriting is eclectic and enjoyable.
Great playing and production.
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