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Snappy Hour

Label: Refined Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Zander's Dream; Leslie Leaps In; Fandango for Django; Hopeful Hearts; Brave Enough for Love; Emily Jo; It Don't Mean a Thing; Gypsy Strut; Midnight Blue; Night and Day; Opus Groupus.

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The Snapdaddys: Snappy Hour

Read "Snappy Hour" reviewed by Dr. Judith Schlesinger


The small Florida-based Refined Records label is known for its eclectic mix of acoustic music with intriguing instrumentation, as well as a Django-esque approach, which includes delightful recordings of some of the top gypsy guitarists alive today. Snappy Hour is the debut by The Snappdaddys: four seasoned session musicians with impressive pedigrees in jazz, film and ...

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Mediterranean Blues

Label: Refined Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: Mediterranean Blues, Friar Park, Song For Carolyn, And Then There Were Three, Luna Tango, Bar Del Pi, From The Banks Of The Odra, Bolero Blue, El Puente, Trouble In Paradise, Where Do We Go From Here?

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Parisian Honeymoon Suite

Label: Refined Records
Released: 2001
Track listing: 1. Guitaresque, 2. Time On My Hands, 3. I Can't Give You Anything But Love, 4. Moppin' The Bride, 5. Nuages, 6. Fatamorgana, 7. Daphne, 8. Exactly Like You, 9. Fantasy, 10. Je Suis Seul Ce Soir, 11. Fido Larsen, 12. Pascal

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The Robin Nolan Trio: Mediterranean Blues

Read "Mediterranean Blues" reviewed by Derek W. Brown


Every now and then a performer achieves success in the music business without the ‘benefit’ of a major record company. The Robin Nolan Trio is one such story. Drawing their initial style and repertoire from the Django Reinhardt-inspired “gypsy jazz” movement, the group’s genesis dates to 1991 when Nolan, a student at London’s famed Guildhall School ...

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Hot Club Norv: Parisian Honeymoon Suite

Read "Parisian Honeymoon Suite" reviewed by Derek W. Brown


Django Reinhardt is considered on of Europe's greatest jazzmen. His nonpareil improvisations and unorthodox instrumental technique inspired a devoted school of jazz that has come to be known as “gypsy jazz." (Reinhardt was a Roma by birth.) There are 'hot club' ensembles all over the western world, but gypsy jazz has flourished, appropriately enough, on the ...


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