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About Time

by Don Stiernberg

Acoustic jazz in an ensemble setting, featuring legendary mandolinist Don Stiernberg and a select grouping of Chicago's finest improvisational instrumentalists.
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. Indian Summer
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2. It Might As Well Be Spring
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3. Im Coming, Virginia
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4. Falling In Love With Love
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5. But Not For Me
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6. Gone With The Wind
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7. Take Me Out To The Ballgame
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8. Polka Dots And Moonbeams
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9. My Shining Hour
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10. That Old Feeling
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11. Fever
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12. If I Could Be With You One Hour Tonight
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13. But Beautiful
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14. Perdido
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Album Notes
"About Time" is Don Stiernberg's inaugural release on Blue Night Records. David Grisman called it "Another Milestone for Jazz Mandolin." It is a delightful mix of tunes from a bygone era, painting various images for the listener --- from a mild summer evening dancing in the moonlight (Polka Dots and Moonbeams) to a steamy night in the back of the old Chevrolet (Fever).

Don plays with authority and tenderness. He can make a mandolin cry or laugh at will. Joined here by guitarist Curt Morrison and bassist Jim Cox, he takes these old favorites to new heights. NPR's "Fresh Air With Terry Gross" has featured the track "Perdido" on numerous occasions, and "Take Me Out To The Ballgame" has become part of the sound track for "The Elegant Universe," an episode of WGBH Television's acclaimed "NOVA" series.

Don and the cats are joined here by several guest artists, all of whom contribute substantially to this beautifully played compendium of American jazz classics.

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