Seth Kessel and the Two Cent Band | In the Golden Days

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In the Golden Days

by Seth Kessel and the Two Cent Band

This wildly talented Brooklyn, NY group's debut LP features songs of roots, New Orleans swing, and Eastern European melodies.
Genre: Jazz: Retro Swing
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1. In the Golden Days
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2. Don't Contact Me
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3:40 album only
3. Southern Fried
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3:42 album only
4. Some of These Days
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2:09 album only
5. Theme Song for Gregory Sallust
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3:18 album only
6. Let That Train Roll By
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7. Goodbye July
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8. After You've Gone
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3:19 album only
9. In the Early Night
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10. Kestrel's Revolution
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11. Turn the Heavens (Upside Down)
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12. Shackles
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Album Notes
Seth Kessel and the Two Cent Band is a musical project that focuses on new compositions and a shared love of early jazz and American roots music. Seth Kessel is a multidimensional interpreter of Americana from rockabilly, jazz to old-time ballads. He has spent years on the road performing internationally and has shared the stage with the likes of Rancid, Snoop Dogg, Sublime and Rev. Horton heat to name a few.

The group has quickly become a fan favorite of roots music aficionados in New York, with lively sets that feature everything from unique original works to jazz classics, stomping klezmer or fiddle tunes played on saxophone! Seth’s growing desire to produce new music in a band setting, along with the other member’s enthusiasm for new sounds, the group added the multi-talented snare drummer and washboard player Yaeir Heber along with Jackson Hardaker, a jazz and classically trained trombonist originally from New Zealand, to round out a new collection of songs recorded in the spring of 2012. The group catches the sounds from a broad swath of the American roots tradition, from New Orleans to Washington Square Park. Their first studio album is slated for release in July of 2012.


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