Jack Mclaughlin | The Season

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The Season

by Jack Mclaughlin

Jack McLaughlin has released15 original songs featuring ranging from acoustic jazz, blues, rock, and latin. The guitar is prominently featured in this collection. Seven years in the making, the wait will be well worth it!!
Genre: Easy Listening: Crossover Jazz
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1. Rockin' Under the Sun
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2. Country Girl
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3. The 16th St. Bridge
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4. Joshua and Number 16
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5. The Season
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6. Frederic and Edward
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7. If You're Looking for Love
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8. Tai Chi Man With a Purple Hat
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9. Summer Time, Summer Time
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10. Koo Koo
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11. Animal Dancer
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12. 2000 Years
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13. It's Christmas Morn
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14. Fish Sing the Blues
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15. Roy B.
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The song styles on this CD range from the bossa novaesque "If You're Looking For Love" and "Animal Dancer" to a fictional encounter between Chopin and Edgar Allen Poe on "Frederick and Edward." The guitar playing is often jazz tinged and taylored to fit the song. On the title track, The Season," you'll get a heartfelt story of two strangers chance meeting and eventually dance encounter. If you're looking for uptempo acoustic rock, "Rockin' Under The Sun" and "Koo Koo" will do. On "Joshua and No. 16," you have a tribute to two promient Civil War figures, Joshua Chamberlin and Abraham Lincoln. "The 16th St. Bridge" explores the plight of the homeless and downtrodden. You even have a rather beautiful but melancholic rememberance of Christmas past on "It's Christmas Morn. Additonally, there is the blues-country number "Country Girl" for a change of pace. Definately, "The Season" provides an opportunity to explore a wide range of song styles with a strong guitar playing effort.


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