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Parade

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2011
Track listing: Before The Parade Passes By; Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most; By The Time I Get To Phoenix; Put On Your Sunday Clothes; If I Only Had A Brain; Haven't We Met; Didn't We?; I Wonder What Became Of Me; Let The Flower Grow; But Not For Me; Lazy Afternoon.

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Jack Donahue: Parade

Read "Parade" reviewed by Dan Bilawsky

Parade is an odd name for an album that's largely built on material of a subtle nature. This CD takes its name from the opening track, “Before The Parade Passes By," but vocalist Jack Donahue doesn't barrel through this song--or most others--like a fast-moving float. He usually prefers to use his pipes to tell a story, ...

Parade

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2000

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Ron Carter: Parade

Read "Parade" reviewed by Derek Taylor

The decade of the 70s was a time of artistic uncertainty in jazz. Faced with a dwindling audience many musicians buckled under to commercial pressures and diluted their sounds to fit into the frameworks of popular trends. While this is nothing new in music, there was something particularly bromidic about 70s pop and remaining economically viable ...

Parade

Label: BV Haast Records
Released: 1991


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