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The Neal Van Duren Memorial Jazz Brunch

by Richard Burton

The Neal Van Duren Memorial Jazz Bunch a live recording at the Arden Gild Hall of music and the spoken word.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. Blue Bossa
4:11 album only
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2. We'll Get Through This
2:48 album only
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3. All Blues
5:32 album only
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4. Thoreau and Jazz
4:15 album only
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5. On Green Dolphin Street
6:20 album only
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6. Taking a Risk
2:01 album only
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7. Blue Monk
5:03 album only
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8. Bloody Marys, Bookshelves & Hot Wax
5:24 album only
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9. Satin Doll
4:49 album only
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10. Too Many Books
2:27 album only
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11. Erma's Shuffle
6:12 album only
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12. Steven Helmling's Tribute to Neal
4:53 album only
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13. Once I Loved
6:26 album only
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14. I Can't Believe You Left Me With Neal
1:00 album only
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15. 1107 North Broom Street
1:43 album only
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16. The Maze
3:16 album only
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17. Victory Dinners
1:47 album only
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18. Neal's Letter to President Obama
1:01 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Neal Van Duren, age 66, collector of antiquities, jazz enthusiast, died on October 29, 2011.
An antiquarian and used book dealer, he owned several bookstores in Newark and Chadds
Ford, including Neal's Book Stall, Neanderthal Books, Second Story Books, as well as The
Cellar Shops in Wilmington. Neal was born May 30, 1945 in Enterprise, Alabama. He graduated
from Mount Pleasant High and attended the University of Delaware. He was preceded in death
by his mother Jerri Zasloff and survived by Elias Zasloff, Cornelius Van Duren, Ellissa, Addison
and Jack Chaney and Joan Cseh.

It was his love of life that attracted him to so many friends, as well as his wise, subtle, outrageous,
and at times truculent sense of humor and self that both endeared and startled those he met.
Whatever faults he had, and there were a good few, people who knew Neal could never forget
him. His impression was indelible. Our world is a sadder place without its Neals.

Robert Aarons

He was a virtual genius in his ability to extrapolate from a smattering of data and put together a
well-researched conclusion or to plan a brilliant strategy for his entrepreneurial endeavors. His
erudite knowledge was always impressive but never presented with arrogance or elitism. He
was self-effacing but in an way. Plus, like the wolf in sheep's clothing, he was like an intellectual
hidng in indigent's clothing.

Jeff Aarons

MUSICIANS

Richard Burton - Keyboards
Glenn Ferracone - Drums
Paul Klinefelter - Acoustic Bass
Jeff Aarons - Guitar
Brent Shallcross - Guitar

SPEAKERS

Julie Rickerman
Scott Davidson
Joan Van Duren Cseh
Joe Dugan
Russ McKinney
Jay Little
Naomi Clark
John Elisens
Richard Burton

Recorded live at Gild Hall, Arden, Delaware on November 12, 2011
Recording mixing and mastering by Glenn Ferracone

Editing - Richard Burton

Drawings and Paintings by Jeff Aarons

Album Design - Danny Schweers

Produced by Richard Burton, Jeff Aarons and Robert Aarons

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