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Blues for Pablo Too

CD

Blues for Pablo Too / Bernie McGann.

  • Published by Rufus Records — 7 November, 2005 [RF083] — 1 CD (61 min.)
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  • Library Availability: CD 2573 — Reference (not for loan) copy only

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Recorded/performed at: Sony Studios East Sydney, on Jun 05.
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Recorded/performed at: Sony Studios East Sydney, on Jun 05.
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Also includes: Deep Shallow / Alder -- Midget / Alder -- It's the Talk of the Town / Livingston, Neiburg and Symes.

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On Blues For Pablo Too we have McGann's alto distilled to an even headier essence, the richness of Alder's tone and the propulsive partnership of Swanton and Pochée. Beautifully recorded with songs by Roger frampton, Gai Bryant, Alder and McGann - the title track and 'Malaga' were written for the 2003 Sydney Festival in conjunction with the Picasso exhibition - and the standard 'It's the talk of the town'.

Duration: 61 min.


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