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A Southern swing with a thoughtful horn/sax section. As the crow flies, NO isn't far from Washington, something to bring to mind when one recalls who one may have said Yes to. #kattyforkatrina
One of 12 songs on Rev C's new release, titled @etude, The Storm was written after he moved to Philadelphia following Hurricane Katrina. It is part of a larger--unfinished--work. The new record features ten originals and two songs by Philly-based composers. It stylistically runs the gamut from modern jazz, to Monk inspired blues, to New Orleans piano professor style singer/songwriter with a little second line two-steps thrown in for good (danceable) measure. The Storm is performed by Bart Miltenberger, trumpet; Thomas Razler, saxophone; Julian Miltenberge, drums; Rich Curtis, bass; Rev Chris, piano.
@etude; Huddle House Honey; Gene Pullen; Allen Toussaint; Carpet Bagger's Blues; The Storm; The Sun is Gold (When the Night Gets Old); Pretty Kitty Two-Step; Nowhere Bound Affair; Isla's Waltz; Look Where We Have Been; So Long Andromeda
Bart Miltenberger: trumpet; Thomas Razler: saxophone; Tony Garro: upright bass; Rich Curtis: electric bass; Julian Miltenberger: drums; Tony Green: drums; Chuck Lindsey: drums; Reverend Chris: keys, melodica and vocals
December 13, 2016
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