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Jacaranda

Label: Varese Fontana
Released: 2012
Track listing: Spider Boogie: Market Street: Anerley Road; Through the Tunnel; The Branch Office; Rescue; Kilarney 1&2; Storks Bill Geranium Waltz; Me and My Boy; Freethought; Zoo Lake; Gazania.

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Trevor Rabin: Jacaranda

Read "Jacaranda" reviewed by Ian Patterson

It's been 23 years since Can't Look Away (Elektra Records, 1989), guitarist Trevor Rabin's previous solo album of original material, and 18 years since his departure from Yes. Rabin's relatively low profile since reflects his immersion in composing almost 40 film soundtracks. Jacaranda is a dazzling offering that showcases Rabin's virtuosity in numerous styles, drawing from ...

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The Branch Office

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Label: Varese Fontana
Released: 2012
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Thread

Label: Jacaranda
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Grassy Shoal Hoedown, Pt. 1 2. Guerra Nueva 3. Louisiana Raga 4. In the Years Since 5. Politicking 6. Weird Vernacular 7. Pearblossom Heights 8. Grassy Shoal Hoedown, Pt. 2 9. Broken Spirit

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James Carney: Thread

Read "Thread" reviewed by Terrell Kent Holmes

James Carney is a musical polyglot knowledgeable in various idioms, and he exploits this fluency on Thread. While his previous works featured formidable horn sections, Carney has scaled down to a trio this time, featuring Dan Morris on drums, while Todd Sickafoose and Dan Lutz share bass duties. The disc opens with the first part of ...

Jacaranda

Label: Sojourner
Released: 2001
Track listing: Ken?s Blue Hat; Jacaranda; Rumplestiltskin; Ballad in D-Flat; NWLA; Blues For Iain; Bahiamar; Pres-Ly; Like Jelly.

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Michael Lampert: Jacaranda

Read "Jacaranda" reviewed by Todd S. Jenkins

And now for something totally unexpected. Something along the lines of David Grisman or Mike Marshall's bluegrass-jazz might be anticipated from a jazz mandolinist, yes? But Michael Lampert is a master of the four-string electric mandolin, a rare beast indeed. Without the added sonority of the usual double-courses of strings, Lampert's instrument sounds much closer to ...


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