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Sean Driscoll Group

by Sean Driscoll Group

New Jazz- what would happen if Weather Report mated with Pat Metheny
Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion
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  Song Share Time Download
1. A Break for Sisyphus
6:26 $0.99
2. D's Dance
5:09 $0.99
3. King Denny
6:44 $0.99
4. What Are You Waiting For?
6:24 $0.99
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Album Notes
-Sean Driscoll Group's debut 4-song record.

-Responsible for winning them Best Unsigned Artist from Musician Magazine.

-Rave reviews and hot seller.

-Drummer Antonio Sanchez is now playing for Pat Metheny Group- hear why.

-Some of the freshest Jazz around- serious without being stodgy, accessible witout being wimpy.



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Alec Berlin

Don't miss this disc!
Sean Driscoll's first cd is the work of a mature artist deftly applying the tools of his trade - composition, arranging, and band-leading, not to mention guitar-playing. The songs take hold effortlessly, and the improvisations unfold naturally. Do yourself a favor - don't miss this disc.

this cd is tops
about your cd. it's great and very enjoyable. this is my third listen. as a fellow guitarist i always wanted to do some new demos with guitar and a weather report groove. did you steal my idea. hell no. i could have never done such a fine job. i only had that thought since my brother victor bailey played bass for them before. i don't think "weather report meets pat metheny" does the cd any justice. pat never would have come across as well as you did. I MEAN IT! there is so much fanfare about the methenys,scofields,carltons,bensons etc that the other guys out there stay unknown. i know because i have over 1300 DIFFERENT artists. some good. some not so good but this cd is tops. and how about everybody can actually play. great interplay too. most of all i love a guitarists that doesn't hog the spotlight with a bunch of tricks. i did feel cheated with only four songs so i guess i'll just buy the other cd man.