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KC Potpourri

Label: 3 Valve Music
Released: 2006
Track listing: The Flintstones Theme; Always and Forever; Two Degrees East, Three Degrees West; Tell Me Now; How Insensitive; Are You Real?; Darn That Dream; Hey Man!; We'll be Together Again (52:47).

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mike Metheny: KC Potpourri

Read "KC Potpourri" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Trumpeter Mike Metheny is a homeboy, seldom straying far from his native Kansas City, which explains in part why he isn't as well-known here in the States or overseas as his celebrated brother, guitarist Pat. But make no mistake, Mike is a superb musician in his own right, and as he says, “some of the finest ...

KC Potpourri

Label: 3 Valve Music
Released: 2003
Track listing: The Flintstones Theme, Always and Forever, Two Degrees East, Three Degrees West, Tell Me Now, How Insensitive, Are you Real?, Darn That Dream, Hey Man!, We'll Be Together Again

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Mike Metheny: KC Potpourri

Read "KC Potpourri" reviewed by Dr. Judith Schlesinger

KC Potpourri (n)--a goodly bunch of fine Kansas City musicians addressing themselves through a varied and satisfying program. Assembled by trumpeter and former Berklee educator Mike Metheny, these “jazz sounds from the heartland" prove that there's more to Kansas than steak and tornados. In this case, it's a pleasing mix of quartet, quintet, and big band ...


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