Sidewalk Cafe | Creme Brulee'

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Creme Brulee'

by Sidewalk Cafe

A band of virtuoso musicians playing original music in the spirit of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli--sophisticated, emotional, but also highly listenable.
Genre: Jazz: Gypsy Jazz
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1. Alban's Bolero
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2. Paganini Noir
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3. Goatee & Shades
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4. Last Summer
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5. Ile St. Louis
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6. Silesian Mist
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7. Saturday
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8. Moonstruck
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9. Rococo
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10. Creme Brulee'
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In this, their third album, Sidewalk Cafe trio offers truly virtuosic performances of all-orginal compositions by members Reynold Philipsek and Gary Schulte, complimented by bassist extraordinaire Jeff Brueske. Taking their inspiration from the 1930's French swing and Gypsy jazz of Django Reinhart and Stephane Grappelli, these compositions move out to include Strayhorn-esque harmonies in Schulte's Ile St. Louis, and shades of Alban Berg's 12 tone structures in Philipsek's Alban's Bolero. These are highly listenable tunes, but with a sophistication that sets them apart from those of other bands in the genre.


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