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Urban Mandolin

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2013
Track listing: Bebop; Quasimodo; Freedom Jazz Dance; Bach G Minor Presto; I Can’t Make You Love Me; Teen Town; Bright Size Life; Ready and Able; Armando’s Rhumba; Bye-Ya; Witch Hunt; Segura Ele; God Only Knows; Back at the Chicken Shack; Some Skunk Funk; Rollo Interior.

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Chris Biesterfeldt: Urban Mandolin

Read "Urban Mandolin" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey


Bluegrass instruments like the mandolin, banjo, and fiddle have long been associated genres outside of the high lonesome. This instrumentation has also permeated the jazz and classical worlds as evidenced by the lifetimes of David Grisman, Chris Thile, Bela Fleck, Vassar Clements, Joe Venuti, Bob Wills and on and on. Mandolinist Chris Biesterfeldt places himself in ...

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Chris Biesterfeldt: Urban Mandolin

Read "Urban Mandolin" reviewed by Jack Bowers


A mandolin player opening his first album as leader with Dizzy Gillespie's mercurial “Bebop"? Wow! That takes a lot of (fill in the blank). But Chris Biesterfeldt, best known as a guitarist, and for Broadway shows at that, not only sails through those tricky changes but handily nails everything else on this impressive trio album whose ...


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