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Gary Brunotte

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Pianist/Vocalist/Organist Gary Brunotte performs his own brand of lyrical jazz, influenced by the tradition but in his own personal voice. Born and raised in a small town in Minnesota, he remembers, “My uncle played accordion, was self-taught and performed in the Navy band. In addition, my stepfather played guitar and my other uncles all played instruments. I started taking accordion lessons when I was nine.” He debuted as a professional musician at a New Year's Eve job when he was 11, switched to organ and performed with r and b and rock and roll bands as a teenager. “I discovered jazz after listening to Brasil '66 and Blood, Sweat and Tears

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Manic Moments

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2007
Track listing: Mas Que Nada; Manic Moments; Agua de Beber; You & The Night & The Music; Bridgemix; That's All; The Peacocks; Chickish Tinge; Sometime; Slightly Blued; Mas Que Nada (Unplugged).

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Gary Brunotte: Manic Moments

Read "Manic Moments" reviewed by John Barron


Based out of Durham, North Carolina, multi-talented musician Gary Brunotte draws on his years of experience as an organist and pianist to create Manic Moments, a unique blend of jazz that defies generic categorization. The disc encompasses moments of straight-ahead blowing, funky grooves and soulful Latin vibes to create an intriguing musical landscape. Manic Moments succeeds ...

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Ditty For The Kitty

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2006
Duration: 3:59

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Smile

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2006
Track listing: Ditty for the Kitty; Merry Old Land of Oz (Paws); Wood Lake; Smile; Seal-Point Strut; Meow Samba; In the Night; Morning Mist; Triste; Blue-Point Blues; Classicat; Samba Siamese; Ciao Meow; Smile.

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Gary Brunotte: Smile

Read "Smile" reviewed by Jim Santella


Gary Brunotte's piano trio provides a lovely session of lyrical ballads and gentle reflection on Smile, a tribute album dedicated to Dexter, the pianist's family pet who passed away at age fifteen. Judging from the album cover photo, he must surely have left behind pleasant memories and golden moments that remain frozen in time. ...


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