The Sheryl Bailey 3 | Live @ the Fat Cat

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Live @ the Fat Cat

by The Sheryl Bailey 3

Jazz Guitar, Contemporary Jazz, Straight-ahead Jazz, Bebop
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. Cedar's Mood
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6:05 album only
2. A Soft Green Light
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6:09 album only
3. Starbrite
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5:49 album only
4. Elvin People
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7:42 album only
5. Dance of the Dream Maker
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9:54 album only
6. Tune Down
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6:20 album only
7. The Wishing Well (for David)
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7:26 album only
8. Midnite Swim
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9. Swamp Thang
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Album Notes
The newest chapter from NYC Jazz Guitarist, Sheryl Bailey. This CD was recorded live on November 18-19, 2005 at one of NYC's most respected jazz havens. In front of a full house of enthusiastic SB3 fans, this well-oiled jazz machine documented what this band is all about: PASSION, POWER, AND GRACE!

There are a few favorites from past releases. A ripping version of "Starbrite" (The Power of 3!) and 2 of the bands most requested tunes: "Elvin People" and "Swamp Thang" (Bull's Eye!). Plus tributes to Cedar Walton, John Abercrombie and Klezmer clarinetist, David Krakauer.

Featuring organist Gary Versace and Ian Froman - a band that has been recording and performing together since 2001, and finally the dynamics and intensity of their live shows has been captured.


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Peter Fashing

Sheryl Bailey has it ALL going on.
If you haven't checked her out yet, do so. She BURNS -- and that is no exaggeration. She has fantastic technique but a great deal of taste. Her style is something special. With thousands of guitarists on the scene, she avoids sounding liking everyone else. She is certainly not your run of the mill jazz artist.

Bob Russell

Don't miss this one!
Sheryl Bailey's playing and writing (all the tunes are hers) are phenomenal on this live CD. She's got it all: chops, ideas, groove, everything's accounted for. And the trio has that relaxed-yet-burning quality born of a few years' work together. As good as it gets!