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Spy Glass Hill

Label: Twinz Records
Released: 2003
Track listing: 1. Sleep Talking-solos: Brian Lynch & Andrew Beals 2. Echoes of Rachelle-solos: Saul Rubin & Peter Furlan 3. Spy Glass Hill-solos: Peter Furlan, Vinnie Cutro & Mitch Schecter 4. The Crawl-solos: Vinnie Cutro, Mitch Schecter & Dave Meade 5. Fallen Memories-solos: Peter Furlan, Mitch Schecter & Martin Wind 6. In The Oven-solos: Rick Davies, Peter Furlan, Sundar Viswanathan & Vinnie Cutro 7. Club Peru Too!-solos: Matt Hilgenberg, Mitch Schecter, Peter Furlan & Saul Rubin 8. Einstein

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Article: Album Review

Peter Furlan: Spy Glass Hill

Read "Spy Glass Hill" reviewed by Javier AQ Ortiz


Quick and to the Point: Tight and steady debut with fat band tracks and smaller ensemble playing. Featuring Eddie Palmieri’s jazz octet trumpeter Brian Lynch as well as Andrew Beals on alto sax, Peter Furlan’s New York love affair with the Caribbean is evident in the ambitious mambo big band arrangement for the 14-member ...

Album

Spy Glass Hill

Label: Twinz Records
Released: 2001


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