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Uncertain Living

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2010
Track listing: Extra Fuzz; Anticipation; June Humidity; Molo; Uncertain Living; Come Thou Fount; Mr John McNeil; Ducks in a Row.

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Come Thou Fount

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2010
Duration: 10:44

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The Britton Brothers: Uncertain Living

Read "Uncertain Living" reviewed by Woodrow Wilkins

They're not the Brecker Brothers, and don't try to be. However, the comparison is inevitable as brothers John and Ben Britton lead a band playing the trumpet and tenor sax, respectively. The Brittons both started playing piano as children and learned to love jazz as teenagers. Combined, they've performed a variety of prestigious venues, ...

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The Britton Brothers Band: Uncertain Living

Read "Uncertain Living" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay

Hip-hop, bebop and Monk--not a music business legal partnership, but a brief summation of some of the musical influences at work on Uncertain Living, the excellent debut album from the Britton Brothers Band. The brothers--tenor saxophonist Ben Britton and trumpeter John, have put together a tight and talented collection of players with the added bonus of ...

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Extra Fuzz

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Label: Self Produced
Released: 2010
Duration: 11:34


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