Bob Arthurs | Notes from the Underground

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Notes from the Underground

by Bob Arthurs

This is a unique compilation of Bob's jazz trumpet playing in solo, duo and quartet settings featuring standards and some surprises.
Genre: Jazz: Chamber Jazz
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1. Stardust Bob Arthurs
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2. Self-Deception Bob Arthurs
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3. Just Friends (feat. Joe Solomon) Bob Arthurs
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4. Sal's Line (feat. Dave Frank, Jon Easton & Joe Solomon) Bob Arthurs
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5. My Girl Has Blue Eyes (feat. Dave Frank, Jon Easton & Joe Solomon) Bob Arthurs
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6. 206 (feat. Dave Frank, Joe Solomon & Jon Easton) Bob Arthurs
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7. Pr Brown (feat. Dave Frank, Joe Solomon & Jon Easton) Bob Arthurs
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8. 317 East 32nd Street (feat. Dave Frank) Bob Arthurs, Jon Easton & Joe Solomon
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9. Still Friends (feat. Joe Solomon) Bob Arthurs
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10. Ghost of a Chance Bob Arthurs
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11. Vocalise Bob Arthurs
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Solo, duo and quartet tracks by a jazz trumpeter steeped in the traditions of warm, lyrical improvising with some originals and a classical piece thrown in.
"...fantastic synthesis of spare, articulate lines, supple lyricism and masterful technique, with a concentrated approach that sounds thoughtful without being overly cerebral. In an ideal world, a player of Arthurs' caliber wouldn't be overlooked."
Jon Morgan, Cadence Magazine.


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