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Almost Home

Label: Household Ink Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Bianca; All Of You; Falling; Almost Home; I'm Falling In Love Again; The Promise; Little Boy Lost; Tuesdays On The Ridge; Sing To Me; Theme from Cinema Paradiso.

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Nate Birkey: Almost Home

Read "Almost Home" reviewed by Victor L. Schermer


This laid-back, mostly cool jazz album with echoes of the West Coast 1950s sound also bespeaks a certain dramatic intensity. Further, it invokes a shade of country blues as it goes along. Nate Birkey's trumpet and vocal renditions of both his own songs and some standards are enjoyable to hear, partly because they are strongly reminiscent ...

Album

Almost Home

Label: Cristal Records
Released: 2007

Album

Almost Home

Label: HiTone
Released: 2004
Track listing: 1. A Hundred Days 2. Hold-Out Your Heart 3. What Am I Supposed To Do From Here 4. Little One 5. Better Than Before 6. I Will Be Here 7. Only My Credit Card Remembers Where I've Been

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Jon Regen: Almost Home

Read "Almost Home" reviewed by Rob Cline


Singer-songwriter Jon Regen's songs are solid, if not terribly inspired. Accompanying himself on piano and Hammond organ with Jonathan Sanborn on bass and Eric Addeo on drums, Regen plays charts that sound much like stripped down Bruce Hornsby arrangements. His lyrics--covering love, lost love, love for one's child and the troubadour's obligatory lament about touring--are heavy ...


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