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Triple Play Live

by Triple Play

“This boundary-stretching CD should be investigated by anyone who enjoys great American Music.” American Music Guide
Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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1. Take Five
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6:56 album only
2. Polly
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5:00 album only
3. Nobody Knows You When You\'re Down and Out
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5:23 album only
4. The Road to Thomasville
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4:25 album only
5. Now That the Children Are Gone
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6:03 album only
6. New Stew (Opus Two)
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4:22 album only
7. Rock Stream Sunday
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3:49 album only
8. This Is Where the Truth Lies
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5:14 album only
9. Unsquare Dance
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4:05 album only
10. Blue Rondo a la Turk
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6:34 album only
11. Crossroads
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2:58 album only
12. How Long
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11:12 album only


Album Notes
Chris Brubeck - Fretless Bass, Trombone, Piano, Vocals
Joel Brown - Guitar & Vocals
Peter Madcat Ruth - Harmonica, Jaw Harp, Hi Hat, Tambourine, Vocals

“This boundary-stretching CD [Triple Play Live] should be investigated by anyone who enjoys great American music.” American Music Guide

Triple Play recorded this CD at two live concerts at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York in February 2000. You can tell from the audience's enthusiastic response that they loved it! Selections include: "Nobody Knows You When You're Down and Out"; "Blue Rondo a la Turk"; "Crossroads"; "How Long"; "Take Five"; and several original tunes such as: "The Road to Thomasville"; "Now That the Children Are Gone"; "New Stew (Opus Two)"; and "This Is Where the Truth Lies".

“Chris Brubeck is probably one of the finest performing jazz trombonists around today.” - Joe Klee, DownBeat

“[Peter Madcat Ruth is] A harmonica virtuoso rapidly approaching legend status for his style.” - Performance Magazine

“Joel Brown makes music that thrills and excites. Extraordinary musicianship!!!!” - Albany Times Union


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