Jeff Alkire & Tim Metz | Some Byrds Like to Fly

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Jazz: Contemporary Jazz Jazz: Hard Bop Moods: Featuring Saxophone
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Some Byrds Like to Fly

by Jeff Alkire & Tim Metz

Environmentally friendly jazz with an edge, yet very melodic, green like a frog.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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2. Carousel Dream
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3. I here a Rhapsory
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4. Beatrice
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5. Here'e that Rainy Day
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6. Some Byrds Like to Fly
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7. Blues for Eden
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8. Sitting on a Slant
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9. For Max
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10. Imagenes
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Jeff has toured the world performing as a saxophonist with the likes of Ray
Charles, John Lee Hooker, Terry Gibbs, Joe Farrell, Charlie Haden, Art Lande,
Chuck Isreals, Eddie Marshall, Bobby Shew, John Patitucci and John Stowell.
Jeff studied at Berklee College of Music and California Institute of the Arts
where he earned B.F.A. and M.F.A. degrees in Jazz Performance. After
graduating, he moved to Australia to join the Jazz Studies program as a full-
time faculty member of Adelaide University. Now back in the States, Jeff
teaches jazz courses at several colleges in California, repairs instruments and
performs his music. His two independent CDs Tak’in Notes and Another Day
are available on


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