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Street Scene

Label: Flamingo
Released: 2018
Track listing: Rocky Top; Nice to Be Here; Lady Blue; There's a Rainbow; Hometown Serenade; Let It Be Me; When Love Goes; Endless Possibilities; Street Scene; When Johnny Comes Marching Home; Heart to Heart; Soul to Soul; Music Row Stomp; Peace Prayer.

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Blue Jay Patten: Street Scene

Read "Street Scene" reviewed by Nicholas F. Mondello


With Street Scene, multitalented musician/composer/producer Blue Jay Patten engages in a highly entertaining tribute to (and stroll through) Nashville, “Music City." Patten--long a fixture in the 'ville--and his various crews deliver an eclectic, upbeat, and all-around fun tour. As is the city it salutes, Street Scene is a veritable gumbo of genres--contemporary, jazz, country, gospel, pop ...

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Street Scene

Label: Tetrachord Music
Released: 2007
Track listing: Dexter's Mode; Street Scene; News for Lulu; As Time Goes By Mambo; I'll Wait and Pray; I Ain't Got Nobody; Blue in Green; Come Rain or Come Shine; Oh, You Crazy Moon; Blue Bohemia Suite; Scandinavian Waltz; It Could Happen to You; Under Paris Skies Impressions.

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Larry Vuckovich: Street Scene

Read "Street Scene" reviewed by Ken Dryden


Larry Vuckovich hasn't been recorded nearly often enough as a leader since his 1980 Inner City debut Blue Balkan, though the Balkan native's Street Scene is clearly one of his finest efforts. Although he had been using horns on recent projects, Vuckovich decided to put more focus on the piano, opting for what is primarily a ...

Album

Street Scene

Label: Tetrachord Music
Released: 2006
Track listing: Dexter's Mode; Street Scene; News for Lulu; As Time Goes By Mambo; I'll Wait and Pray; I Ain't Got Nobody; Blue in Green; Come Rain or Come Shine; Oh, You Crazy Moon; Blue Bohemia Suite; Scandinavian Waltz; It Could Happen to You; Under Paris Skies Impressions.

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Larry Vuckovich: Street Scene

Read "Street Scene" reviewed by Mark F. Turner


From the vibrant history of New York's 52nd Street to the spirited boulevard performance of a New Orleans marching band, the street sounds of jazz have been a celebration of life. This heartfelt exuberance can also be heard on this release by West Coast pianist Larry Vuckovich. With an impressive musical career that ...


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