Jack Convery | Banjotime

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by Jack Convery

Banjotime is 100 years of great american songs played on Americas instrument, the banjo.
Genre: Jazz: Ragtime
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1. Oh Susanna
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2:36 album only
2. Shotnin\' Bread
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2:38 album only
3. Take Me Out To The Ballgame
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2:47 album only
4. Cuddle up a little Closer - Margie
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2:50 album only
5. Solace
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3:00 album only
6. Swanee
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3:29 album only
7. It Had to be You-You Made Me Love You
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3:45 album only
8. Alabamy Bound
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3:14 album only
9. Four Leaf Clover
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2:24 album only
10. The Way You Look Tonight
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4:21 album only
11. Never The Less - Mona Lisa
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3:29 album only


Album Notes
Jack presents one hundred years of great
American music -- songs from 1847 to 1950. Here Jack is in the company
of the wonderful pianist Gary Neuman and my old friend and fellow
musician Steve Hanson.
Everything from \"Oh! Susanna\" (1847) to the Academy Award-
winning \"Mona Lisa\" (1950) is presented here. All tracks are Banjo and
rhythm, with the exception of track five, which is a very nice
rendering of Scott Joplin\'s \"Solace\" by Mr. Neuman.
The music and musicianship on this project is terrific through-
out, however for me the whole CD is worth track ten -- \"The Way You
Look Tonight\". It is very smooth and beautiful -- I love it!
Wow -- then right after that comes more of the same thing. Beautiful tremolo
and wonderful rhythm feel from Jack and the guys. For me this is
Plectrum Banjo that I could lay back and listen to over and over
-- Eddy Davis is the banjoist/leader of the Woody Allen Jazzband & resides in New York, NY


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