Ron Kearns | Looking Back, Stepping Forward

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Looking Back, Stepping Forward

by Ron Kearns

This is an acoustic jazz CD in the old Blue Note Records style.
Genre: Jazz: Bebop
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1. Blues for Miles
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2. No Greater Love
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3. Andre's Song
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4. Polka Dots and Moonbeams
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5. Wade in the Water
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6. Saturday Renaissance
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7. Blue Train
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8. Love Letter from Lima
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9. Nookie's Blues
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The Ron Kearns Quintet is an acoustic jazz combo based in the Washington, DC area, that has been together for five years. They have performed in the USA for many festivals, concerts and college clinics. Their style is best described as a classic jazz quintet. The frontline consist of sax and trumpet with piano, bass and drums. The group features Ron Kearns on saxes; Kenny Reed on trumpet/flugelhorn; Eric Byrd, piano; Bhagwan Khalsa, bass and Mike Smith, drums.


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