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Joyride

Label: Relay
Released: 2016
Track listing: Pay To Play; Stay Wakeful; Pray To Play; Played In Full; Joy Ride; Rules Of The Roll (for Conlon Nancarrow); Train Quill Writings.

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Marc Riordan/Tim Daisy: Joyride

Read "Joyride" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Critics often speak of the chemistry between two musicians. Why? Because, it is so very easy to toss out this abstract, non-quantifiable concept. Those who agree, nod. Those who differ, well they have nothing on which to challenge your statement. But here I go, Tim Daisy and Marc Riordan showcase a stellar musical affinity on their ...

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JOYRIDE

Label: Plunk Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: Banjo Blues; Move It On Over; I Get Ideas (Adios Muchachos); Ella Miriam's Blues; You Talk Too Much; The Man On The Flying Trapeze; I Love Paris; Getting To Know You; El Irresistible; Goody Goody; Honey; Under the Bamboo Tree; When You Wish Upon A Star.

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Cynthia Sayer: Joyride

Read "Joyride" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello


Banjo!--one's mental and aural images might include straw-hatted gents picking away at an attraction at Disney World, Stubby Kaye and Nat King Cole strolling in Cat Ballou, (Columbia Pictures, 1965) “The Beverly Hillbillies Theme," or perhaps the iconic “duel" from Deliverance (Warner Bros., 1972) There's probably no other musical instrument on the planet that's more associated ...

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Joyride

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2005

Album

Joyride

Label: A&M Records
Released: 1986

Album

Joyride

Label: Blue Note Records
Released: 1965
Track listing: River's Invitation; I Wonder Where Our Love Has Gone; Little Sheri; Mattie T.; Bayou: A Taste of Honey; Gravy Train


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