The Pearly Shells | Belmar Sessions

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Belmar Sessions

by The Pearly Shells

The Pearly Shells big band go back to their RnB roots on their new CD Belmar sessions , describing it as ….“John Lee Hooker and Ray Charles go to visit Count Basie in heaven but get off at the wrong tram stop” Recorded at Belmar studios Altona beach, Melb
Genre: Jazz: Big Band
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1. Honeysuckle Rose (feat. Hetty Kate)
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2. When I Grow Too Old to Dream
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3. Hit the Road Jack (feat. Yvette Johansson)
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4. Blue Light Boogie
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5. Little Secret (feat. Julie O'Hara)
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6. Sunny (feat. Hetty Kate)
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7. Jumpin' With Dean
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8. Stale Blues (feat. Julie O'Hara)
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9. Miss Celie's Blues (feat. Yvette Johansson)
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10. Money
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Over more than 10 years, The Pearly Shells have gained a reputation as Melbourne’s premier Jazz/Swing/RnB band with a classic style and look reminiscent of the Golden Age of Ellington, Basie, Goodman and Brother Ray.
Famous for their swingin’ back beat sound and Hollywood style, luminescent clam-shell music stands, The Pearlys have been providing atmospheric sound tracks and irresistible dance grooves in bars, clubs, festivals and dancehalls uncountable.


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