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by Randy Napoleon

This rising jazz guitar star's most recent release is a fresh and energetic take on the soul jazz movement of the 60's and 70's. This is jazz you can clap your hands to.
Genre: Jazz: Soul-Jazz
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1. Everybody Has Soul
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2. God Only Knows
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3. Hopeful and Free
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4. Fools Rush in
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5. We're a Work in Progress
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6. Street Corner Love Song
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7. Make Me Rainbows
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8. I'm in the Mood for Love
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9. Wild Is the Wind
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10. Road Warrior
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11. Walk Like Vince
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12. Against the Grain
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13. You Make Me Feel So Young
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14. Our First Dance
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
I've had the good fortune to travel with some fantastic groups over the years. Benny Green, The Clayton-Hamilton Orchestra, Michael Buble, and Freddy Cole, to name a few. One similarity I noticed was a concern with the presentation of the music. Mr. Cole says "It's not only about how well you play." This is my attempt to present my music in a clear, concise way. I want to emphasize the song, the groove. Some jazz today is focused on abstraction of melody and feel. I have a hard time listening to much of it. This isn't intended to be a museum piece. I've tried to preserve the intent of the music that I love, not the specific content. Music that makes you pop your fingers, clap your hands. Jazz that you would put a coin in the jukebox to hear.
Sincerely, Randy.


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