Ric DelNero | No picnic

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No picnic

by Ric DelNero

A mixture of cool jazz, bepob, funk and experimental music descibing quirky scenes from a picnic.
Genre: Jazz: Progressive Jazz
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1. Black Napkins II
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2. Ants In My Trance
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3. Smelly Jelly
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6:04 $0.99
4. Cool Breeze
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5. Wet Meat
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6. Mustard On Something Ripe
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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No Picnic is the latest release by guitarist/composer Ric DelNero. The CD is a mixture of cool jazz, bepob, funk and experimental music. It features the unique compositions of Ric DelNero. The line-up on this session includes Ric DelNero on guitar, saxophonist Rick Hirsch on alto and tenor. Drummer Steve Mitchell and Andy Seal on the bass. This quartet gathered on a Sunday evening in July 2009 at Green Valley Recording studio for the very first time and this is the result of this extraordinary session. The concept of this recording is like a day at a picnic, but it aint no picnic with these incredible players!! The six tunes on this recording have titles that reflect some things at a picnic but in a very tongue and cheek manner. Titles like Black Napkins II, Ants In My Trance, Smelly Jelly, Cool Breeze, Wet Meat and Mustard On Something Ripe serve up some vivid images and dish out something for you to sink your teeth into, satisfying your hunger for great jazz.


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