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Tridruga

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Tridruga

Label: Love Slave Records
Released: 2002

Album

Tridruga

Label: Love Slave Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: Wind Cries; Potato Head; 100 Years; Tridruga; Forgotton Island; The Dream; Frog Dance; Main Theme From The Little Tragedies

Album

Tridruga

Label: Love Slave Records
Released: 2000
Track listing: Wind Cries; Potato Head; 100 Years; Tridruga; Forgotten Island; The Dream; Frog Dance; Main Theme From the Little Tragedies.

Album

Tridruga

Label: Love Slave Records
Released: 2000

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Tridruga: Tridruga

Read "Tridruga" reviewed by AAJ Staff


The fusion of jazz with Eastern European traditions has been recently championed on recordings by groups such as Dave Douglas's Tiny Bell Trio and Pachora. At the center of the storm since its inception in the mid-'90s stands guitarist Brad Shepik. His technical fluency on the guitar and keen openness to the melodies, harmonies, and rhythms ...

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Lemeshev/Shepik/Scherr: Tridruga

Read "Tridruga" reviewed by Mark Corroto


Apologies to Huey Lewis, but it is indeed so very hip to be square these days. Instruments like the clarinet and accordian are making their way back into jazz today. The trio of ‘three friends’ is a translation of Tridruga and at its very hip center is accordionist Yuri Lemeshev. Guitarist Brad Shepik, a fan of ...

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Yuri Lemeshev/Brad Shepik/Tony Scherr: Tridruga

Read "Tridruga" reviewed by AAJ Staff


Tridruga is a trio composed of the collaborative efforts of Yuri Lemeshev on accordion, Brad Shepik on guitar, and Tony Scherr on bass; who intertwine stories of passion, regret, and betrayed love as portrayed in the life of a Bengal Lancer. On this CD of the same name, the trio plays a set of gypsy cantatas, ...


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