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The Cherry Blues Project - Music For Clean Ears (Box Set, Album)

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  1. New EP by Argentinian Duo The Cherry Blues Project. Dark ambient and mystery inspired by the works of Edgar Allan Poe - Free to remix and kalkisnilalmeenawhisperbringer.xyzinfole.
  2. Just some words about The Cherry Blues Project: The Cherry Blues Project was formed in as a soundart project in Argentina. It was created by two members that use the pseudonymns "Cherry" & "Blues". Until today they released a big number of albums and material, mainly focused on experimental and improvisational music.
  3. 4 Hybrid Stereo SACD box set plus booklet and features exclusive liner notes from David Clayton-Thomas plus archival photos from Sony Music Entertainment. "Horn bands" were scarce when in October their self-titled album launched Blood, Sweat & Tears into the music stratosphere, becoming the No. 1 album in the world.
  4. Feb 01,  · I agree about the hurried tempos on the first album. One several songs, to my ear, the tempos are too fast, the band sounds nervous, they can't groove at that pace. "Baby Don't Scold Me" is one - the tempo of the box set version is much more comfortable. I spent an afternoon a while back slowing down some of the tempos (without changing the pitch).
  5. An eclectic jazz tenor saxophonist who seamlessly linked the blues with free-form music over a hard bop base. Guantánamo Blues Project, Vol. 1: Jane Bunnett: Featured Artist, Guest Artist, Primary Artist, Sax (Tenor) [Box Set] Musette, Sax (Tenor), Composer, Primary Artist.
  6. The Cherry Blues Project Fue un Duo de Música Experimental y Arte Sonoro de Argentina formada en / La integraban sus dos miembros originales que utilizan los seudónimos Cherry y Blues. Ambos continúan sus carreras solistas.
  7. May 12,  · This album is a testimony to that music, its direct predecessors, and influence, as Rundgren says, "When I first got out of high school, my first gig was in a blues band. I was fascinated with the music and all through high school started exploring recordings by a lot of the originals/5(9).
  8. This is the lone album by Tommy Flanders, one time singer in The Blues Project, a great '60s band that was a blend of rock, folk, jazz, and blues. Flanders quit the band and in released this album that would become known as the "singer-songwriter" style of music/5(8).

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