CD Release Two

CD information, purchasing details, sample tracks

CD release date September 6, 2010

2010 CD release TWO

Recorded live over two half-days in a studio, the album features 11 original instrumental compositions. The whole album can be streamed on Spotify or Apple Music, or you can listen to some samples below.

PERSONNEL
Pete McDonald piano, hammond, wurly, clav
Sandy Evans tenor, soprano sax
Ali Foster drums
Chris Komorowski guitar
Steve Clark double bass

Track listing
1. Snuffles Listen to
2. Stanky Listen to
3. Aislinn Listen to
4. Ingenue Listen to
5. Detention Listen to
6. Intermission Listen to
7. NJ Listen to
8. Mr 180 Listen to
9. Til I met you Listen to
10. Three Listen to
11. Hobe Listen to

HOW TO BUY A PHYSICAL COPY
$20 direct from me in person, at a gig, etc

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