The Idiomatiques | Let's Go Have Some Fun

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Let's Go Have Some Fun

by The Idiomatiques

Gypsy Jazz with a mixture of traditional arrangements and modern day sensibilities, with RnB, straight ahead jazz and latin influences.
Genre: Jazz: Gypsy Jazz
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1. Big Noise from Winnetka
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2. Dinah
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3. Funk Django
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4. Let's Go Have Some Fun
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5. Sado Manouche
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6. If I Only Had a Brain
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7. Honeysuckle Rose
2:57 $0.99
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8. Bei Mir Bist Du Schön
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9. Bounce
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10. It Don't Mean a Thing / Blue Skies
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11. Djangosis
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12. Stop It
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13. Nature Boy
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14. Sweet Georgia Brown
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
After spending over a year writing, rehearsing & recording, The Idiomatiques are pleased as punch to present their debut album.
Chock full of swinging Gypsy standards, original compositions and unique arrangements, this generous musical offering (14 tracks) has got enough fun and variety for even the most austere listener. The Idiomatiques collectively have worked with some of the biggest names in the music industry, BoyzIIMen, Michael Jackson, Larry Carlton, Randy Crawford, Kenny Loggins and a host of others. These are not influences one normally finds in a Gypsy Jazz band and makes for a unique and eclectic listening experience.

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