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Peggy Lee Octet

Invitation is the fifth record by The Peggy Lee Band and the second release by the group for Drip Audio. The album showcases the high standard of ensemble playing the group has become known for, as well as outstanding individual performances by the members of the band. Peggy’s compositions and arrangements cover a wide range of musical terrain––haunting melodies and lush harmonies, driving rhythms, and complex sonic explorations; each piece is constructed with the specific talents of the band members in mind. The ensemble consists of an all-star group of creative Canadian musicians whose collective experience covers jazz, new music, electronica, free improvisation, as well as classical music and pop

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Path Of A Smile

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Label: Drip Audio
Released: 2012
Duration: 05:56

Invitation

Label: Drip Audio
Released: 2012
Track listing: Invitation; Why Are You Yelling?; Your Grace; Chorale; Path Of A Smile; Not So Far; Little Pieces; You Will Be Loved Again; Punchy; End Waltz; Warming.

New Code

Label: Capitol Records
Released: 2008

Worlds Apart

Label: Spool
Released: 2005
Track listing: Worlds Apart; Soft Scrape; Retracing 2; Spells; First Spin; Old One Knows; Beekeeper Club; A Door; Lookout.


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