Ron Eschete | Homeward Bound

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Homeward Bound

by Ron Eschete

7-string jazz guitarist
Genre: Jazz: Mainstream Jazz
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1. Ticket To Ride
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7:31 album only
2. Skating in Central Park
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5:17 album only
3. Mean Eugene
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6:30 album only
4. Your Samba
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3:22 album only
5. The Peacocks
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5:16 album only
6. It's The Talk Of The Town
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5:05 album only
7. Namely You
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5:34 album only
8. Poor Butterfly
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9. Homeward Bound
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4:23 album only
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Solo album for premier 7-string jazz guitarist Ron Eschete, with backing by bassist Luther Hughes and drummers Jeff Hamilton (3 tracks) and Paul Kreibich (4 tracks).


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Eli

Homeward Bound
Great Stuff !!!!! : )
Again ...reminds me of Johnny Smith ..but also Bucky and H.R. (Howard)........Thanks for sharing !!!
Eli / Stringss

Gerhard Burda

homeward bound
very good CD. Ron is one of the best player today.

Fred Brush

Homeward Bound
I think I (now) have every album Mr. Eschete has recorded. This is a great effort. (I'm not sure why it has just been made available.) I don't agree with the previous reviewer. Ron doesn't remind me of anyone! He is Ron Eschete. His music just makes me smile! My favorite is The Peacocks. Not many guitarists could tackle this song and give it the beauty and warmth that Ron does. You need to buy this CD.