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Town & Country

Label: Lost Wax Music
Released: 2014

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Postcards from Gypsyland

Label: Lost Wax Music
Released: 2005
Track listing: Not So Fast; Spivy; La Gitane; Waltz una Nota; Alle Prese con una Verde Milonga; Lover's Lead; Rimes; Jonesin'; Theme from Gypsyland (Nuages); Pavane pour une Infante Defunte; Song of India; Melodie au Crepuscule; Manoir de Mes Reves.

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The Hot Club of San Francisco: Postcards from Gypsyland

Read "Postcards from Gypsyland" reviewed by Jim Santella


With their ninth CD release, the Hot Club of San Francisco brings a contemporary, acoustic, all-string jazz band to the music of Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelli. Theirs is a pleasant outing, performed with brilliant musicianship and built around a theme of romantic passion. Reinhardt's memorable “Nuages" is given lyrics and dressed up in ...

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Buttermilk Channel

Label: Lost Wax Music
Released: 2001
Track listing: Buttermilk Channel, That's All She Wrote, I Guess, Out of Harm's Way, Dear John, Orange You Glad, Sphere of Influence.

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Adam Levy: Buttermilk Channel

Read "Buttermilk Channel" reviewed by Joel Roberts


I don't know if guitarist Adam Levy made Buttermilk Channel with the searing heat of New York in July in mind, but his impressive debut effort as a leader makes perfect listening for lazy, languorous midsummer city days. On this groove-based trio album (featuring New York stalwarts Larry Goldings on organ and Kenny Wollesen on drums), ...


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