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Eight Track II

Label: Strikezone Records
Released: 2016
Track listing: Harvest For The World; What's GOing On; Trouble Man; Midnight Cowboy; When Doves Cry; Send One Your Love; I Can't Get Next To You; Time Of The Season; Signed Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours; One Hundred Ways; Sunshine Of Your Love.

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Dave Stryker: Eight Track II

Read "Eight Track II" reviewed by Mark Sullivan


Guitarist Dave Stryker had such a good time covering classic '70s pop tunes on Eight Track (Strikezone Records, 2014) that he recorded a second installment. He is once again joined by his regular trio (organist Jared Gold and drummer McClenty Hunter), but with a different guest vibraphonist. That chair is taken by Steve Nelson, best known ...

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Dave Stryker: Eight Track II

Read "Eight Track II" reviewed by Jack Bowers


Eight Track II, Dave Stryker's twenty-seventh album as a leader, could be subtitled “Stryker Strikes Again," as it is a pleasing sequel to 2014's well-received Eight Track, on which the guitarist's working trio and guest vibraphonist Stefon Harris revisited pop songs from the '70s and rearranged them in a hip new groove. Eight Track II offers ...

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Dave Stryker: Eight Track II

Read "Eight Track II" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky


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