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Something's Coming

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2013
Track listing: September In The Rain; Roots; Something's Coming; Maria; Cool; Somewhere; America; Tonight; Beloved; Gentleman Jack.

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Callum Au Big Band: Something's Coming

Read "Something's Coming" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Trombonist and arranger Callum Au has amassed a remarkable wealth of experience, playing or arranging for, among others, the National Youth Jazz Orchestra, the Oxford University Big Band (he graduated from the university in 2011), Seth MacFarlane and Buddy Greco. He's a busy man--a list of his projects suggests that he's discovered the secret of the ...

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Something's Coming

Featuring the music of Jeanne Lee
Duration: 4:53

Live in 1963 with pianist Ran Blake: priceless "avant-garde" playing and vocals
VIDEO

Something's Coming

Featuring the music of Jeanne Lee and Ran Blake
Duration: 4:53

Rare clip live on French TV in 1963. Pianist Ran Blake and vocalist Jeanne Lee. (Audio is very low in this video. Please adjust your speakers accordingly.)

Something's Coming

Label: Perldisc
Released: 2007

TRACK OF THE DAY

On the Street Where you Live

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Label: Perldisc
Released: 2007
Duration: 3:43

Something's Coming

Label: Unknown label
Released: 1995

Something's Coming

Label: Unknown label
Released: 1995


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