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Scott Hamilton and Duke Robillard: Swingin' Again

Read "Swingin' Again" reviewed by Kyle Simpler


In 1987, Duke Robillard released the album Swing (Rounder), a successful combination of jazz and jump blues. He got his old friend, tenor saxophonist Scott Hamilton to help him out with the recording. Although Robillard is primarily known as a blues guitarist, the record made it obvious that jazz is also deeply rooted in his musical ...

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Toe Tappin' Jazz

Label: North Star Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Good Quenn Bess; If I Were a Bell; Funky Blues; Stuffy; Theme from M Squad; Li'l Darlin; Don't Be That Way; Fish Market; Sunny Side of the Street; Down for the Double; One Sweet Letter from You; Pyramid.

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Jay Geils: Toe Tappin' Jazz

Read "Toe Tappin' Jazz" reviewed by Charlie Ricci


Toe Tappin' Jazz, released near the end of 2009, is the most outstanding new jazz CD I've heard in many years. The band leader is guitarist Jay Geils, formerly known as J. Geils, founder of Boston's famous party band of the 70s and 80s whose biggest hits were “Lookin' For a Love," “Give It To Me," ...

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Toe Tappin' Jazz

Label: Sunnyside
Released: 2009

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New Guitar Summit

Label: Stony Plain Records
Released: 2004
Track listing: Bennies Bugle, Never Say Never Again Again, Swing with Dr.Jake, Ain't Nobody's Business, Lady B.Good, Azzure Mineur, Just Among Friends, Perdido, Backdoor Blues, Seven Come Eleven, Glide On, Swing With Dr.Jake (video)

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Jay Geils/Duke Robillard/Gerry Beaudoin: New Guitar Summit

Read "New Guitar Summit" reviewed by Michael P. Gladstone


This album has a rather presumptuous title, but then the completed effort has produced some pretty good results. Although the three guitarists have known each other for a long time, the only common bond is their New England heritage. Jay Geils founded the J. Geils Band, one of the most popular rock bands of the late ...


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