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Tuck & Patti at Teatro Amilcare Ponchielli in Cremona

Read "Tuck & Patti at Teatro Amilcare Ponchielli in Cremona" reviewed by Danilo Codazzi


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Album Review

Tuck & Patti: I Remember You

Read "I Remember You" reviewed by Tom Greenland


I Remember You, from guitar/vocal duo Tuck & Patti, is the first in its catalogue to exclusively feature songs from the Great American Songbook. Originally inspired by the duets of Joe Pass and Ella Fitzgerald, the pair has been a marital and musical team for 30 years, evolving a crossover sound that draws on jazz, R&B, folk, pop and new acoustic music. Jazz fans will appreciate the sensitivity and consummate craftsmanship they bring to these oft-roasted chestnuts from the standards ...

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Tuck & Patti: Paradise Found

Read "Paradise Found" reviewed by Dave Hughes


Tuck and Patti, guitar and vocal duo as well as husband and wife, offer up another helping of positive, optimistic musical brilliance on Paradise Found. I think they found paradise about twenty years ago, when they first began performing together. They both possess considerable chops, always utilized in exquisite taste and in perfect tandem.

This time around, they occasionally supplement their duets with other instruments, such as soprano sax and percussion on the opening tune "Lembrancas." ...


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