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Label: Cafe Pacific Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: 1. DAY TRIPPER (4:32) 2. I’LL CLOSE MY EYES (6:08) 3. DIG / SWEET GEORGIA BROWN (3:25) 4. WICHITA LINEMAN (5:53) 5. MOONLIGHT (4:50) 6. HEAVY CLOUD NO RAIN (4:30) 7. EGGPLANT (4:42) 8. MY WORLD IS EMPTY WITHOUT YOU (4:14) 9. JUST A LITTLE LOVIN’ (EARLY IN THE MORNIN’) (4:55) 10. HAVEN’T WE MET (4:40) 11. WHAT’LL I DO (3:57) tracks


Label: Independent Release
Released: 2014
Track listing: Moonlight in Vermont Georgia I Fall In Love Too Easily Someday my Prince Will Come Stay Awake Georgia - Alternate Take


Label: Jazzapple Records
Released: 2010

Living a Dream

Label: Moonlight
Released: 2004
Track listing: Can


Lee Stevens: Living a Dream

Read "Living a Dream" reviewed by Jack Bowers

This delightful album by Chicago-based vocalist Lee Stevens, recorded nearly ten years ago, serves as a conspicuous reminder that there are many talented artists in this vast country of ours who, through no fault of their own, are by and large unknown but would perform for an audience of one if necessary—simply because that is what ...

Fire Horns

Label: Moonlight
Released: 1999


Bill McFarland and the Chicago Horns: Fire Horns

Read "Fire Horns" reviewed by Jack Bowers

Hard–hitting is the word that springs immediately to mind when listening to trombonist Bill McFarland’s Chicago Horns. Although McFarland and his companions aren’t mired in a time warp, their highly rhythmic, no–nonsense approach often recalls the dynamic hard–bopping groups led by Art Blakey, Horace Silver and others during the swinging ’50s, ’60s and beyond. They are ...


Label: Unknown label
Released: 1995


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