Neil Stacey's Kimbara Brothers | Another Day

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Another Day

by Neil Stacey's Kimbara Brothers

Hot Club jazz inspired music, a mixture of jazz standards, ballads and tango.
Genre: Jazz: Gypsy Jazz
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1. Just One of Those Things
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2. Good to Be There
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3. Dream of You
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4:37 album only
4. Amiatango
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4:12 album only
5. Anouman
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8:29 album only
6. Another Day
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7. Swing 42
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8. Blue Lament
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9. Skylark
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Album Notes
Inspired by the music of the legendary Belgium guitarist Django Reinhardt, Neil Stacey\'s Kimbara Brothers are another venture by guitarist Neil Stacey who has had a long held passion for the so called Hot Club style of jazz.

This latest quartet concentrates on the later period of Django\'s life that was spent in Samois when the violin (played in the Hot Club period by Stephane Grappelli) was replaced by the piano, along with drums and double bass to create a more \"modern\" jazz sound.

While the Kimbara Brothers take inspiration from Django Reinhardt they also play their own unique and contemporary style that includes compositions by Cole Porter, Hoagy Carmichael and Charlie Parker as well as well as those by Neil Stacey.


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