Steve Abshire | Come in From the Rain

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Come in From the Rain

by Steve Abshire

Jazz guitar from one of DC's best
Genre: Jazz: Jazz quartet
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1. Robbin's Nest
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2. Gee, Baby Ain't I Good to You
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3. It's You or No One
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4. Prelude to a Kiss
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5. I Only Have Eyes for You
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6. I Won't Dance
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7. Greasy
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8. I'll Be There
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9. Time After Time
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10. Topsy
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11. Dark Eyes
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12. Come in From the Rain
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Steve Abshire has a musical style distilled from years of influence and study with jazz greats Joe Pass, Barney Kessel, and his long time friend Herb Ellis. Steve has appeared in concert with many jazz greats; among them Louie Bellson, Milt Hinton, Tal Farlow, Marian McPartland, Charlie Byrd and Herb Ellis. He has accompanied legendary vocalists Della Reese, Rosemary Clooney, Etta Jones, Joe Williams, and Diane Shuur. He also played twice at the Jazz in Marciac Festival in Marciac, France. In 1997, Steve retired from the U.S. Navy's premier jazz ensemble Commodores, where he performed as guitarist/featured soloist. Steve can be heard on many recordings including his first, Big Brass Bed Blues, (PATUXENT CD-115) which received 4 stars by Downbeat Magazine.


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