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Adrian Cunningham - Jazz Speak flac album

Performer: Adrian Cunningham
Title: Jazz Speak
Duration: 01:01:14
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 351
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This album is a fabulous example of highly dance-able and strikingly beautiful swing Jazz. Adrian ''Professor'' Cunningham on clarinet, tenor sax, flute, & vocals; Jon Challoner on trumpet; Dani Alonso on trombone; John Merrill on guitar; Alberto Pibiri on piano; Jim Robertson on bass; Paul Wells on drums. Adrian Cunningham is a t, vocalist, and world traveller. Originally from Sydney Australia and now based in New York, he is proving to be one of his country's top exports

Album: Jazz Speak, 2017. Provided to YouTube by Music Video Distributors Inc. Getting Down Uptown · Adrian Cunningham. Released on: 2017-08-04. Artist: Adrian Cunningham. Auto-generated by YouTube.

Adrian ''Professor'' Cunningham on clarinet, tenor sax, flute, & vocals; Jon Challoner on trumpet; Dani Alonso on trombone; John Merrill on guitar; Alberto Pibiri on piano; Jim Robertson on bass; Paul Wells on drums. Arbors Records 19459 (US). Recorded July 2017 at Avatar Studios in New York, NY. Thanks to snobb for the addition.

Playlists of Adrian Cunningham, Duologue Professor Cunningham and His Old School: Swing It out! I Need More - Single Jazz Speak Ain't That Right! The Music Change Change The Intimate Ellington: Ballads and Blues (feat. Lord I Love You lyrics by Adrian Cunningham song with. TITLE TIME; 1 No Doubt. The Music 2014 Jazz Speak 2017 Change 2014 Professor Cunningham and His Old School: Swing It out! 2018 Duologue 2018 You May Also Like See All. Gospel singer Adrian Cunningham singing songs of victory.

Adrian Cunningham: Walkabout by Edward Blanco, published on April 10, 2012. The album contains a selection of refreshing new material, which is a testament to Cunningham's talents as a songwriter. The music is bold, sophisticated and sometimes edgy but always engaging, drawing inspiration from his many travels and tenure in New York. With titles such as "Baby Please Don't Go (For New Orleans)," "Barcelona" and "Writer's End (For Williamsburg)," a picture emerges as to why this wanderlust's inspiration comes from traveling around the globe. Though swing may not be an appropriate adjective to describe the major contents.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Source Adrian Cunningham Adrian Cunningham 5:32
2 Let's Fall in Love Harold Arlen / Ted Koehler Adrian Cunningham 5:44
3 Mood Indigo Barney Bigard / Duke Ellington Adrian Cunningham 6:24
4 Getting Down Uptown Adrian Cunningham Adrian Cunningham 5:57
5 Rachel's Dance Adrian Cunningham Adrian Cunningham 5:50
6 Appalachia Adrian Cunningham Adrian Cunningham 3:31
7 Petite Fleur Sidney Bechet Adrian Cunningham 6:35
8 Jazz Speak Adrian Cunningham Adrian Cunningham 5:24
9 Autumn Moon Over the Calm Lake Wencheng Lü Adrian Cunningham 6:10
10 Tempus Fugit Bud Powell Adrian Cunningham 4:15
11 Janelle Don Walker Adrian Cunningham 5:52

Credits

Harold Arlen - Composer
Sidney Bechet - Composer
Barney Bigard - Composer
John Clayton - Bass, Photography
Adrian Cunningham - Clarinet, Composer, Flute, Primary Artist, Producer, Sax (Tenor)
Jim Czak - Mixing
Duke Ellington - Composer
Steve Genewick - Engineer
Jeff Hamilton - Drums
Ted Koehler - Composer
Wencheng Lü - Composer
Bud Powell - Composer
Ted Rosenthal - Piano
Alan Silverman - Mastering
Don Walker - Composer
Brian Wittman - Art Direction, Photo Booklet
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