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Good Road

Label: Let's Play Stella
Released: 2005
Track listing: Yesterdays; Low Key Lightly; Green Dolphin Street; The First Song of Spring; Just in Time; The Star Crossed Lovers; What Is This Thing Called Love; She Was Too Good to Me.


Dave Peck: Good Road

Read "Good Road" reviewed by Robert R. Calder

Especially for Musicians would be a great subtitle for this recording. It's easy to imagine a queue of saxophonists and other hornmen outside the Peck ranch demanding to play with him. On most tracks the guy's harmonic command and invention send him teetering on the edge of a completely new composition. The one tune of his ...

Out of Seattle

Label: Let's Play Stella
Released: 2002
Track listing: 1. Solar; 2. Lonely Town; 3. Come Rain Or Come Shine; 4. You And The Night And The Music; 5. I Loves You Porgy; 6. With A Song In My Heart.

3 in 1

Label: Let's Play Stella
Released: 2000
Track listing: If I Were a Bell; Soul Eyes; Eronel; If..Then..; Star Eyes; Alone Together; Ana Luiza; 3 and 1; Every Time We Say Goodbye


Label: Let's Play Stella
Released: 1998
Track listing: How Deep is the Ocean; I Wish I Knew; Stairway to the Stars; Young and Foolish; Detour Ahead; The Inch Worm; Yesterdays.


Label: Let's Play Stella
Released: 1996
Track listing: I Hear A Rhapsody; Big Stuff; Gone With The Wind; My Man’s Gone Now; Never Will I Marry; Skylark; Embraceable You; In Love In Vain; The Lamp Is Low; Little Fin.


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