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Song and Dance

Label: Origin Records
Released: 2007
Track listing: Can't Buy Me Love; Where Is The Love?; Little Rascals Theme (Good Old Days); Coming Home; Blues For Modern Man; Superstar; Smile; Wichita Lineman; You And The Night And The Music; Waiting And Waiting.

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Bobby Broom: Song and Dance

Read "Song and Dance" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


Chicago native Bobby Broom has been playing guitar since he was about eleven. He decided to become a professional musician after hearing guitarist George Benson kick ass throughout Bad Benson, and was invited on tour by colossal saxophonist Sonny Rollins when Broom was only sixteen. You don't hear or read the phrase “song and ...

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Bobby Broom: Song And Dance

Read "Song And Dance" reviewed by Scott Gilliam


The guitar trio is a challenging format for any six stringer. So often the end result is an album full of knuckle busting licks and very little in the way of substance. Veteran guitarist Bobby Broom avoids those pitfalls on his latest effort Song And Dance. Broom, along with bassist Dennis Carroll and drummer Kobie Watkins, ...

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Bobby Broom: Song and Dance

Read "Song and Dance" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


Most everyone has a favorite tune: A song that lingers in memory and takes you back to another time and place. For many years jazz musicians have transformed popular songs into instrumental pieces such as John Coltrane's version of the Rodgers and Hammerstein hit “My Favorite Things. There is magic in taking something familiar and transforming ...

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Blues For Modern Man

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Label: Origin Records
Released: 2007
Duration: 5:02


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