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The Barrett Brothers

by The Barrett Brothers

British Gypsy Jazz guitar duo from Kent performing original material draws inspiration from a lifelong appreciation of music: from the Hot Club swing of Django Reinhardt and the cool jazz of Miles Davis, to the beautiful harmonies of Thelonious Monk and the hard bop of John Coltrane.
Genre: Jazz: Gypsy Jazz
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1. Clear-Cut Stomp
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2. Crystal Blue Sky
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4:03 $0.99
3. Sunny Mornings
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3:39 $0.99
4. False Light Wrecking
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3:56 $0.99
5. Amber
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3:15 $0.99
6. Barretts' Bolero
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3:51 $0.99
7. Netsuke Story
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8. Let's Call It a Draw
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9. If It's Good to Ya, It's Good for Ya!
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The Barrett Brothers – The Barrett Brothers

Clear-Cut Stomp - A thunderous opener, a full-stomping swing celebration.
Crystal Blue Sky – A Bossa with a playful warmth and mesmeric bounce.
Sunny Mornings – An ode to a beautiful day. Bright, spaciously lyrical and very positive.
False Light Wrecking – A dark, sinister number that moves through a bleak, raw opening into a haunting, Rag Time-esque jaunt.
Amber – Another joyous song with a twisting and turning melody, illuminating a light A section against a darker B section.
Barretts’ Bolero – imaginatively titled, this is the brothers’ take on the famous rhythm. A lively, rousing track – one for all the kitchen dancers.
Netsuke Stories – The chirpy opening riff introduces one of the most evocative, tender melodies of the album.
Let’s Call It A Draw – A stirring Waltz in the beginning; by the end, a pulsating menace.
If It’s Good To Ya, It’s Good For Ya! – As the title suggests, this song may just be good for you. A boisterous riot of a blues.


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