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Blue Capers

Label: Sea Breeze Jazz
Released: 2002
Track listing: 'Blue Capers', 'Emma Lu', 'Until The Real Thing Comes Along', 'Ori's Theme', 'Bluesology', 'What's New', 'So Danco Samba,' 'A Little Tutu', 'Thinking Of You', 'I Thought About You', 'Bolton's Bossa'.

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Doug MacDonald: Blue Capers

Read "Blue Capers" reviewed by AAJ Staff


There is an old Southern adage that says “Show me who you're runnin' with and I'll show you who you are". Everybody is in fast company on this disc, with MacDonald leading the way. This artful Guitarist is runnin' with the big leaguers, but of course he is a made member of this elite cadre.. 'Blue ...

Album

Blue Capers

Label: Sea Breeze Jazz
Released: 2001
Track listing: 1. Blue Capers 2. Emma Lu 3. Until The Real Thing Comes Along 4. Ori's Theme 5. Bluesology 6. Whats New 7. So Danco Samba 8. A Little Tutu 9. Thinking Of You 10. I Thought About You 11. Bolton's Bossa

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Doug MacDonald: Blue Capers

Read "Blue Capers" reviewed by Jim Josselyn


When I listen to music, jazz in particular, I listen instinctually for two things: artistry or craftsmanship. On guitarist Doug MacDonald’s “Blue Capers" I hear craftsmanship, but not any one thing that really stands out as unique or different or exciting enough to warrant artistry. Sporting a thin, bland tone and commonplace ideas that lack any ...

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Doug MacDonald: Blue Capers

Read "Blue Capers" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Guitarist Doug MacDonald gets down to basics on his seventh album as leader, shepherding a seasoned quartet through its paces in an amiable session that swings gently but firmly from start to finish. MacDonald’s mellow sound is underscored by an unblemished technique that he never uses to overwhelm the listener, seldom submitting an unnecessary note and ...


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