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Harmonious Wail

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Harmonious Wail is a WIsconsin-born and bred gypsy jazz trio, fronted by leader/composer/arranger and mandolinist Sims Delaney-Pothoff, Vocalist Maggie Delaney-Potthoff, and bassist Jeff Weiss that was founded in 1987.

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Bohemian Tango

Label: Bufflehead Recordings
Released: 2013

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Label: Bufflehead Recordings
Released: 2013
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Resist Temptation

Label: Range Records
Released: 2008
Track listing: Joie de Vivre; I like to Feel My Bones; Who Loves the Sun; Lung Shan Temple Chant; Only the Young; Posh de Wash; Tishomingo Blues; Home at Last; Unfaithful Servant; You Can Never Hold Back Spring.

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Harmonious Wail: Resist Temptation

Read "Resist Temptation" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Django Reinhardt is often overlooked as one of the seminal figures in jazz. Jazz, a uniquely American art, became international in the hands of Reinhardt and his partner in crime, French violinist Stephane Grappelli. Reinhardt's jazz was colorful, natural, and spontaneous. As a trend setter, Reinhardt gave birth to many “gypsy jazz" combos, one of the ...

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Gypsy Swing

Label: Naxos
Released: 2003
Track listing: Moscow Nights; Two Guitars/Gypsy Campfire; I?m Always Chasing Rainbows; Valse Samois; Some Of These Days; Czardas St. Louis Blues; The Basso; Rose Room; Dark Eyes; Limehouse Blues; Swing Gitan; Chason Pour Henri; Sheik Of Araby; Bossa Dorado; After You?ve Gone; Minor Swing; Ballgame.

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Harmonious Wail: Gypsy Swing

Read "Gypsy Swing" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


It is fairly impossible to discuss "gypsy swing" without discussing Django Reinhardt. The two entities are synonymous. Reinhardt, along with violinist cohort Stephane Grappelli, made a significant contribution to the development of American jazz with their Quintet du Hot club de France. The music, produced between the 1930s and 1950s, was firmly grounded in the American ...


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