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Loren Stillman: Winter Fruits & Knu Gmoon

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Loren StillmanWinter FruitsPirouet2009 Knu GmoonKnu Gmoonself-published2009 Everything old can be new again could be the motto of the ensembles on these two albums. And the emphasis is definitely on the group/ensemble on both, one a quartet led by by alto saxophonist Loren Stillman and the other a Brooklyn-based project band conceptualized by bassist Noah ...

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Take Five With Clifton Hyde

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Meet Clifton Hyde: Clifton Hyde was born and raised in South Mississippi and likes music...a lot.Instrument(s): steel guitar, electric guitar, baritone acoustic guitar, mandolin.Teachers and/or influences? The biggest influence on me becoming a musician was my uncle David. Growing up the best form of entertainment was sitting around with the family and singing songs with David leading the singing and playing guitar.From living in Mississippi I got into Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Son House ...


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