patrick mckearn & Linda Gibbs | Throw Out the Lifeline

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Throw Out the Lifeline

by patrick mckearn & Linda Gibbs

This album is a gem. Every song leads organically to the next painting an overall picture of joy, acceptance and mysterious faith. Linda Gibbs is an American original and Patrick McKearn's arrangements are uncanny in their recasting of new and old tunes.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Jazz
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1. Throw Out The Lifeline Patrick McKearn and Linda Gibbs
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2. Love In Outer Space (feat. Hearn Gadbois: Percussion, John Menegon: Bass, Paul Shapiro: Tenor and Alto Sax, Flute, Steven Bernstein: Trumpet, Dan Levine: Trombone & Evan Spritzer: Bass Clarinet, Clarinet) Patrick McKearn and Linda Gibbs
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3. Five Songs From Robert Creeley: Broken Back Blues Patrick McKearn and Linda Gibbs
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4. A Picture Patrick McKearn and Linda Gibbs
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5. The Invitation (feat. Hearn Gadbois: Percussion) Patrick McKearn and Linda Gibbs
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6. Stomping With Catullus Patrick McKearn and Linda Gibbs
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7. Song Patrick McKearn and Linda Gibbs
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8. It Don't Cost Very Much Patrick McKearn and Linda Gibbs
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9. If It Be Your Will Patrick McKearn and Linda Gibbs
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10. Aquarius (feat. Hearn Gadbois: Percussion, John Menegon: Bass, Paul Shapiro: Tenor and Alto Sax, Flute, Steven Bernstein: Trumpet, Dan Levine: Trombone & Evan Spritzer: Bass Clarinet, Clarinet) Patrick McKearn and Linda Gibbs
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11. Winter Sky (feat. John Menegon: Bass) Patrick McKearn and Linda Gibbs
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12. Ever After On (feat. Uri Lemeshev: Accordion) Patrick McKearn and Linda Gibbs
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13. Are You Having Any Fun? (feat. Hearn Gadbois: Percussion & John Menegon: Bass) Patrick McKearn and Linda Gibbs
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14. Throw Out The Lifeline (feat. Paul Shapiro: Sax, Flute, Steven Bernstein: Trumpet, Dan Levine: Tromone & Evan Spritzer: Bass Clarinet) Patrick McKearn and Linda Gibbs
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Patrick McKearn, pianist, composer/arranger, teaching artist and writer has lived in NYC since 1984. In 1991, he met the Lower East Side vocalist Linda Gibbs and began working in little clubs and restaurants around New York. Shortly after hooking up as musicians they became a couple, and continued to play and develop their music for several years.
In March of 1996, Linda was diagnosed with advanced Ovarian Cancer. She underwent the standard treatments and before long, was singing again. ‘Throw Out the Lifeline’ was recorded in late 1999, at a time when her cancer was spreading quickly again. The songs are her gift back to the world, a meditation and celebration of all she believed and loved. They are also, very hip, well arranged covers of a wide range of tunes with excellent playing by some top flight New York musicians.
Since the death of his wife in 2000, Mr. McKearn has continued to perform and work as a Teaching Artist for Lincoln Center Institute in New York. He is currently completing a memoir of the last five years of Linda’s life and preparing a new album of mainly original, jazz based material.


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