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Some Skunk Funk

Label: Telarc Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Some Skunk Funk; Sponge; Shanghigh; Wayne Out; And Then She Wept; Strap-Hangin'; Let It Go; Freefall; Levitate; Song For Barry.

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Randy Brecker: Some Skunk Funk

Read "Some Skunk Funk" reviewed by Hrayr Attarian


Occasionally delving into something familiar and getting exactly what one expects can be safe and reassuring. One does not want to be surprised all the time, because adventure has its place--and so does a cozy everyday routine. This release by Randy Brecker, which is pleasant but lacks any surprises, feels exactly like going to your neighborhood ...

Album

Some Skunk Funk

Label: Telarc Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: Some Skunk Funk; Sponge; Shanghigh; Wayne Out; And Then She Wept; Strap-Hangin

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Randy Brecker: Some Skunk Funk

Read "Some Skunk Funk" reviewed by John Kelman


The 2003 performance documented on Some Skunk Funk may be credited to trumpeter Randy Brecker, but his brother, saxophonist Michael, joins in for a Brecker Brothers reunion with the added oomph of Germany's WDR Big Band. And if ever a band's repertoire was custom-made to be retrofitted with a larger horn section, it's that of the ...

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Randy Brecker: Some Skunk Funk

Read "Some Skunk Funk" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins


The Brecker Brothers burst onto the fusion scene in the 1970s. After many years of working separately, Randy and Mike Brecker reunited in the early 1990s. The brothers' affiliations--together or separately--have included Billy Cobham, David Sanborn, Steely Dan, Spyro Gyra, Carly Simon, Jaco Pastorius' Word of Mouth Big Band, Bruce Springsteen and Janis Joplin. Collectively, the ...


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