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Avalon

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2017
Track listing: Dysfunction Junction; Ariana; Turbulence Ahead; By the Wayside; Lost; Rumpus; Avalon; Reverie; Harlem River Drive.

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Article: Album Review

James Rosocha: Avalon

Read "Avalon" reviewed by Geno Thackara


It used to be that electric bassists had a fine line to walk when taking the lead on their own albums. They'd be in for criticism for being either too fast and flashy or too subtle (or often just for making one at all). Maybe it's the result of an age when there are niches suited ...

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Video

Avalon

Featuring the music of Man Overboard
Duration: 05:47

Man Overboard live at Le QuecumBar.
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Track of the Day

Avalon

Album:
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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011
Duration: 04:10

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Video

Avalon

Featuring the music of Dave Bennett with The Jim Cullum Jazz Band
Duration: 05:00

Dave Bennett joins the Jim Cullum Jazz Band for "Avalon", on "Riverwalk Jazz"
Album

Avalon

Label:
Released: 2001
Track listing: Slipped Disc; Poor Butterfly; Is You Is or Is You Ain

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Article: Album Review

The Midiri Brothers: Avalon

Read "Avalon" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Here’s nearly an hour of mild but savory Swing Era–style cooking by the brothers Midiri, woodwind master Joe and multi–instrumentalist Paul, and their New Jersey–based trio and sextet. Not to give away any secrets, but listening to the half–dozen trio numbers, on which Joe Midiri plays clarinet, brother Paul plays drums and Joe Holt is the ...

Album

Avalon

Label: Modern Hot Records
Released: 2000

Album

Avalon

Label: Audio Fidelity
Released: 1946


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