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My Kinda Beautiful

Label: Planet Arts Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Intro; Through and Through; The Doctor in December; Interlude (Who's Blues); Americano; My Kinda Beautiful; F Minor (The Drive); String Quartet; Tune for T; Interlude (Bass); Stone; Wild West; You, Me, Them; Interlude (The Poet); Death; Three Like; The Many and the One; Americano; Outro.

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Ben Wolfe: My Kinda Beautiful

Read "My Kinda Beautiful" reviewed by Brian P. Lonergan


The liner notes to bassist/composer Ben Wolfe's My Kinda Beautiful refer to the record's “cinematic scape and the handiness of describing its music “in images. Many of the nineteen tracks do sound remarkably like they could accompany scenes from films, though they're not linked by a reference to a single dramatic arc. The result is a ...

Album

My Kinda Beautiful

Label: Planet Arts Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: Intro; Through And Through; The Doctor In December; Interlude (Who's Blues); Americano; My Kinda Beautiful; F Minor (The Drive); String Quartet; Tune For T; Interlude (Bass); Stone; Wild West; You, Me, Them; Interlude (The Poet); Death; Three Like; The Many And The One; Americano; Outro.

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Ben Wolfe: My Kinda Beautiful

Read "My Kinda Beautiful" reviewed by Mark Corroto


What do you have when you make a soundtrack recording that has no film? Is it a concerto? Maybe. But in these days of digital downloads and ADD (or is it DHTV?) we sometimes forget about the concept of an entire album of music. Remember that Ellington made them, and so did Coltrane. Bassist Ben Wolfe ...


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