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span itemprop="byArtist">by Stu Goodis & Tom Glenn

Jazz Guitar Duo. Fresh compositions. Latin, Bossa, Swing, Funk, Blues........ we've got it all.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Samba Danser
Stu Goodis & Tom Glenn
5:01 album only
2. Down and Dirty
Stu Goodis & Tom Glenn
3:25 album only
3. Happy Now
Stu Goodis & Tom Glenn
6:58 album only
4. 13
Stu Goodis & Tom Glenn
4:43 album only
5. JD
Stu Goodis & Tom Glenn
5:20 album only
6. Cirrus Sky
Stu Goodis & Tom Glenn
6:07 album only
7. Shuffle Time
Stu Goodis & Tom Glenn
2:49 album only
8. Last Tune
Stu Goodis & Tom Glenn
4:54 album only
9. A Moments Peace
Stu Goodis & Tom Glenn
1:55 album only
10. Wait for It
Stu Goodis & Tom Glenn
7:15 album only
11. Not Without You
Stu Goodis & Tom Glenn
7:17 album only
12. Salt Shaker
Stu Goodis & Tom Glenn
5:04 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Similar musical influences and geographical roots created the foundation for the Goodis and Glenn jazz guitar duo. In the 1980’s, while Tom was teaching music at the Neupauer Conservatory in Philadelphia, he met Stu. Their relationship started as student-teacher but grew over 30 years to a colleague status. Tom introduced Stu to jazz. Their mutual love for jazz inspired each of them to become students of jazz virtuoso Pat Martino, Tom in 1971 and Stu fifteen years later.

Over the years, although they didn’t perform together for most of that time, they grew individually through their own teaching, learning and “artistic pursuit” experiences.

Both Tom and Stu became Emmy Award winning composers. Each developed their own individual jazz language.

With Goodis living in California and Glenn living in New England, long distance collaboration was one of their biggest challenges. They each worked on their own compositions, emailed an mp3 of the song to each other, then had a weekly creative discussion together via skype. Once they agreed on the compositions, they scored it in Encore. They created their final mix together in California.



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