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Trouble In Mind - Kenny Davern - El Rado Scuffle - A Tribute To Jimmie Noone (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Mazusar says:
    Buy The Life and Music of Kenny Davern: Just Four Bars (Studies in Jazz (Numbered)) by Meyer, Edward N. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low Reviews: 1.
  2. Tygogal says:
    Jan 08,  · Kenny Davern AM GMT Although his playing was firmly rooted in the jazz mainstream, the term "traditional jazz", which was often applied to .
  3. Yonris says:
    Musicians: Kenny Davern: Clarinet Dan Barrett: Cornet and Trombone (Sidewalks of New York) Joel Helleny: Trombone Bucky Pizzarelli: Guitar Bob Haggart: Bass Tony DeNicola: Drums Description: "Acclaimed clarinetist Kenny Davern, effortlessly spinning out brilliantly articulate lines that often nudge the outer limits of.
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  6. Sataxe says:
    Instead of breaking from his high-energy, high-voltage blues-rock, Kenny Wayne Shepherd offers more of the same on his second album, Trouble Is While the record lacks the surprise and impact of Ledbetter Heights, it's clear that Shepherd is growing as a guitarist, developing a cleaner, more nuanced technique. He still suffers from the lack of an original voice, plus a lack of strong 6/

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