Rich Walker | Lazybird Revisited

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Lazybird Revisited

by Rich Walker

This CD is straight-ahead jazz originals and jazz standards with a couple vocals
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Lazybird
3:57 album only
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2. Little Block Samba
7:55 album only
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3. The Crosby Twins
5:43 album only
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4. For All We Know
6:55 album only
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5. The Tanckque
6:30 album only
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6. Untitled Ballad
3:18 album only
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7. Blues Channel
8:11 album only
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8. Mr. P.U. Turdlinger
6:17 album only
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9. Julie
2:21 album only
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10. Drink Muddy Water
4:55 album only
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11. Somerset's Mom
4:26 album only
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12. Lazybird (alt. take)
2:05 album only

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"Rich Walker, who's been the jazz guitarist to hear in Central Florida for decades has assembled some of the finest jazz musicians this side of anywhere, all superb rhythm section players and soloists."

"This recording is just what it was meant to be - an artistic declaration by first-rate musicians. It's unblemished by a heavy-handed producer and no doubt unnerving to industry execs who conspire to sell plasticware to some target demographic. It's just excellent straight-ahead jazz.

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Gene Hull

Extraordinary, stimulating jazz by accompished artists. Highly recommended
A varied collection of tunes by a group of accomplished jazz artists. Spellbinding for these tired jazz ears. Fresh, dizzying improvizations and interest-ful arrangements. Fine guitar and reed solos, but all players seem world class. What a pleasant surprise.
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