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Reverend Chris: @etude

Read "@etude" reviewed by Geno Thackara

Christopher Marsceill may be based in northwest jny: Philadelphia, but a casual listener could just as easily believe it was jny: Nashville or jny: New Orleans--not just because he goes by Reverend Chris in polite company and otherwise, but because he and his amiable High Rollers band share a love for earthy horns and Dixie swing. This lineup's first recording @etude offers a fun melting pot of largely Southern gumbo with high camaraderie and high spirits. The leader's ...


Waltz for my Childhood

The last single of Jazzy Sky, a sweet Jazz song, about childhood memories...

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