Blue Avenue | Other Side of the Tracks

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Jazz: Crossover Jazz Easy Listening: Adult contemporary Moods: Type: Acoustic
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Other Side of the Tracks

by Blue Avenue

Sultry vocals lead infectious melodies and string infused grooves that flirt with traditional styles using an array of original palate teasing concoctions.
Genre: Jazz: Crossover Jazz
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1. Wanna Give Ya
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4:29 $0.99
2. Cowboy Song
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4:17 $0.99
3. Blues for N.H.O.P.
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4:33 $0.99
4. The Fuse
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4:27 $0.99
5. Eyes Off
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4:28 $0.99
6. Swango
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3:14 $0.99
7. Mr. Bucket
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8. Tractor Pull
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Album Notes
Blue Avenue grooves and swings heartfelt songs always complimented by acoustic passion. Led by sultry vocals singing original songs in a variety of jazz and pop influenced styles, their improvisatory energy on stage ignites the audience with synergistic intensity.

Members of Blue Avenue have performed alongside jazz recording artists Pat Metheny, Frank Mantooth, Ira Sullivan, Johnny Smith, John Gunther, Chris Wood, Dave Corbus, Brad Goode and Mike Pagán,and have performed in front of audiences of over seven thousand people. They have been featured soloists in other local jazz groups, acoustic groups and rock bands, and now combine their collective experiences performing on local radio, recording for independent artists and soloing alongside world-class performers to form a tightly knit trio in the Denver music scene.


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The Best
Blue Avenue's new album, "Other Side of the Tracks", is everything I want in a jazz album. The songs are original and catchy. The vocals are like butter. But most importantly, the musicianship is impeccable. These are clearly virtuosos doing it for the love of their music and the joy of their listeners. Highly recommended.

Jack Dean

Other Side of the Tracks
Wow! "Other Side of the Tracks" just knocked me out! The vocals are awesome, and the bass kicks some serious butt! I'm not a huge jazz fan, but someone told me about this CD, and I love it! It is hot and it is da bomb!

Bob D.

A Pleasure
In their recording debut, Blue Avenue has put together an album that will tantalize the musical palette. From technically advanced jazz to catchy pop ballads, this disc demonstrates the breadth of talent of the musicians involved. Their unique acoustic sound melds smoothly with the dynamics of these original tracks from the lilting vocals of "Cowboy Song" and "The Fuse" to the up-tempo "Swango". Definitely worth the money.