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Little Wing by Phil Haynes

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Album Title: My Favorite Things (1960-1969)
Label: Corner Store Jazz
Released: 2018
Duration: 1:28:01

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Fiona's Comments

Little Wing, controversial lyrics for the 21st Century. Melody fits like a glove with country guitar, cello, bass and drums. Hank's delivery is unique.

About the Album

"Little Wing" is the first track from Phil Haynes' new album "My Favorite Things (1960-1969)." The album, featuring drummer/composer Haynes' "jazz-grass" string band Free Country with Hank Roberts, Jim Yanda, and Drew Gress, takes on The Beatles, Hendrix, Coltrane, James Brown, and more. "My Favorite Things" concludes a trilogy by Free Country which, released over nearly two decades, encompasses nearly the entire history of American popular music in the band's own irreverent, stripped-down fashion.

Song Listing


CD 1:
Little Wing; Purple Haze; Fire; Do You Know the Way to San Jose; Surfer Girl; Walk On By; California Dreaming; What's Going On; R.E.S.P.E.C.T.; Touch Me; People Are Strange; Come Together; What a Wonderful World.
CD 2:
Here Comes the Sun; And I Love Her; Let It Be; Mother Nature's Son; Hey Jude; Here Comes the Sun; Cracker Speak; Sex Machine; Star Trek; Somewhere; A Love Supreme; Resolution; My Favorite Things; Both Sides Now.

Personnel

Additional Personnel

Hank Roberts: cello, vocals; Jim Yanda: guitar; Drew Gress: bass; Phil Haynes: drums.

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Date featured

July 5, 2018

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