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Big Boss Bossa Nova 2.0

Label: Chase Music Group
Released: 2008
Track listing: Spain; Bemsha Swing; Stick N' Stones; Devil's Haircut; Blue Seven; A Day At The Races; Little Sunflower; Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum; Something I Heard; Prayer.

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Doug Munro: Big Boss Bossa Nova 2.0

Read "Big Boss Bossa Nova 2.0" reviewed by Ken Dryden


Doug Munro's sixth CD for Chase Music Group is a return to a traditional bossa nova trio, dropping the keyboards or sax utilized on most of his earlier projects. He is joined by bassist Michael Goetz, with Jason Devlin and Jason Anderson sharing the drum chair, all who primarily play supporting roles. The ...

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Doug Munro: Big Boss Bossa Nova 2.0

Read "Big Boss Bossa Nova 2.0" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff


Il chitarrista americano Doug Munro ci offre una sorta di secondo capitolo dell'avventura iniziata con Big Band Bossa Nova alcuni anni or sono. In questo caso si rimane strettamente aderenti alla formula del trio con il bassista Michael Goetz sempre pronto a fornire il necessario supporto e i batteristi Jason Devlin e Jason Anderson pronti ad ...

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Doug Munro: Big Boss Bossa Nova 2.0

Read "Big Boss Bossa Nova 2.0" reviewed by Edward Blanco


Veteran jazz guitarist Doug Munro presents an encore performance to his critically acclaimed Big Boss Bossa Nova (Self Published, 2004), recording another monster of an album with Big Boss Bossa Nova 2.0. With four originals and a select repertoire of uncommon standards, BBBN2.0 is a more bare bones session than the more highly orchestrated BBBN, done ...


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