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Dave Manington's Riff Raff: Hullabaloo

Read "Hullabaloo" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

A band called Riff Raff, an album titled Hullabaloo; it's a fair bet that a rowdy collection of delinquents is about to create a raucous musical racket. The bet would be lost, however, as both band name and album title misdirect. Hullabaloo is a collection of free-flowing, often meditative tunes written by bassist/bandleader Dave Manington and ...

Hullabaloo

Label: Loop Records
Released: 2012
Track listing: Agile; Hullabaloo; Lingering At The Gravy; Catch Me At The Moon; Water Torture; Pedro Bernardo; You Can't Eat Crisps To That; Not A Worthless Thing.

Hullabaloo

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2006
Track listing: Spell Remains; Crescent Moon; It's Only Me; Being By Myself; Without A Word; Spin I'm In; Distant Shores; Reckless Heart; October Blue; Vacancy In My Heart; Living Out Loud.

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Laura Hull: Hullabaloo

Read "Hullabaloo" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone

How does one measure the value of a newly-minted pop or jazz tune? Singer/songwriter Laura Hull offers eleven examples on Hullabaloo. Two of these originals ("Spell Remains," “Spin I'm In") won an honorable mention in the 13th Annual Billboard World Songwriting Contest, and another one ("Vacancy In My Heart") was recognized with an Honor Award from ...


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