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Tom Smith | Jack Rabbit

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Jack Rabbit

by Tom Smith

This is probably Tom's finest work in a series of remarkable recordings. The playing has great passion, warmth, and diversity. And there are spoken word pieces ( a successfull experiment!). It listens like one story made up of other stories.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Jazz
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1. Jack Rabbit
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2. New Begginings
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3. Green Eyes and Dreams
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4. On the Coast
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5. The Town I'm From
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6. Dear Heart
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7. Molokai
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8. In the Dawn
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9. Hanging from Higher Ground
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10. Through My Eyes
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11. Home is Who
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12. Jake and Julie
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13. Letters from Dawn
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14. The Princess and Ms P
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15. Red Mountain Road
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People have for years refered to Tom as a virtuso both on the guitar and the banjo, they have praised his vision and originality. Reviewers have continuly refered to his recordings as "master works, by a master player". Which Tom has reprinted often, but always thought....nah. However this record Tom really feels does deserve the aculades! He also, as is typical of Tom, considers the one he is working on (tenativly titled "Quarter Moons, and Dawn") as light year advanced from Jack Rabbit. That being said, he feels Jack Rabbit the bench mark. Listen for yourselves!

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